A booklet for children with GSD1a, a map of affected people in the UK and some links of interest to those learning about GSD1.
My GSD and me!
A 24 page illustrated booklet giving a child’s eye view of what is involved with living with GSD1a. By Dr Gabriella Clark, a junior doctor at the Royal Cornwall Hospital. She has had a longstanding interest in paediatric endocrinology since beign diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and being inspired by a friend with GSD1a.
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Map of people affected by GSD1
We maintain a map of people in the UK affected by GSD1, to help facilitate finding peer-to-peer support when it is desired. You can ask to have your name and a choice of contact information added to the map.
AGSD-UK social media
Don’t forget that AGSD-UK has it’s own Facebook Page and a Twitter account. Click on the icons in the page footer, or go to our Social Media page.
“GSD and Me” web site
Vitaflo have a web resource for people affected by the liver GSDs. It describes five of the most common hepatic GSDs (0, 1, 3, 6 and 9). It provides useful advice on dietary control and exercise, as well as sections on school, employment and travel.