The INPUT Mission
INPUT was founded in 1998 as an independent voluntary organisation by John Davis MBE, an insulin pump user. We became a registered charity in 2013 and continue to be run by insulin pump users and their families.
We aim to help any person who could benefit from insulin pump therapy, and has motivation to use it, to access it through the NHS. Our mission is to support patients by advocating for easier access to diabetes technology across the UK – from insulin pumps to smart glucose meters and continuous glucose monitoring.
Who we are
We are a registered charity with a board of trustees and an advisory board of healthcare professionals
Mrs Melissa Holloway – Chief Adviser and pump / CGM user
Mrs Lesley Jordan – Chief Executive and pump / DiaPort user
… and a number of volunteers who help with INPUT exhibitions and advocates who point people in our direction
Do you need help getting insulin pump therapy?
Have a story to tell?
Want to comment on the website?
Contact INPUT by email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information for a speedy response:
- Your enquiry
- Tell us do you (or the person you are contacting us about) have Type 1 and aged under 12, Type 1 and aged 12 or over, Type 2 diabetes or “Other/you are a healthcare professional”
- The first half of your postcode
- Current treatment: 1-3 injections per day, 4 or more injections per day, insulin pump, other.
Or call our answerphone: 0800 228 9977 - Please note email is the best way to contact us, and you will get a faster response
We aim to answer all enquiries within 3 days.