Amanda Pendle

Walking for my WARRIOR

Fundraising for Paula Carr Diabetes Trust
raised of £500 target
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Event: Halloween Walk 2021, on 30 October 2021
Participants: Ann Fetti
We support people living with diabetes to help manage their condition


On Saturday 9th April I am walking 50km to complete the Easter Challenge for Paula Carr foundation 

On the 10th of May 2021 Our Young Florence was Diagnosed with Type1 diabetes….. which means she is now insulin dependent 

It came as a complete shock to us all and certainly Florence. It has completely changed our lives 

However Florence has Adapted like a true Warrior … Taking one day at a time … Conquering every single hurdle that is thrown at her . 

We have good days and bad days but she will always be a fighter . 

We are raising money for the Paula Carr foundation as  they support all families and people in Kent . They organise  trips for the T1D children and are always there to support not only Florence but us as a family 

For us they have been AMAZING and we are so lucky to have them ❤️

About the charity

The principal aim of the Paula Carr Diabetes Trust is to support patients in Kent and Medway who are living with diabetes. This support is provided in many different ways. For patients - A range of educational resources has been developed for patients to help them manage their diabetes from day to day. This includes a free patient information pack, designed for people who have been recently diagnosed with diabetes, which is available to all patients in the Kent and Medway area from your GP surgery. Funding for special equipment, holidays for children and families organised by Diabetes UK and patient support groups is also provided by the Trust. Requests for financial support for patients are usually referred to the Trust by the patient’s healthcare team (for example GP, diabetic specialist nurse, podiatrist or paediatric dietician). For healthcare professionals - The Trust also funds the trial of new technologies that have the potential to improve patient care.

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