Diabetes UK: Type 1 Aware.
As a person with type 1 diabetes, it's hard for me to not see the symptoms of diabetes. It's like when you're pregnant, and suddenly you see pregnant people everywhere. (Like that first week I knew about Birdy, but we hadn't told anyone, and I saw seven different pregnant women walking toward the train station near my office in Westport, CT. I was convinced there were multiple baby showers taking place on the Metro North.) When people talk about excessive thirst, exhaustion, and frequent trips to the bathroom, my ears perk upon behalf of my lazy pancreas.
Which is why I like this campaign from Diabetes UK, about helping raise awareness for type 1 diabetes. Check out this video:
This video is plain and simple, and doesn't make the symptoms confusing with careful language. My only addition would be to say that type 1 diabetes doesn't just affect children; it's a disease that doesn't care to discriminate, and can be diagnosed at any age. (I learned at the ADA Scientific Sessions that the rate of T1D diagnosis is rising alarmingly - more on that later.)