American Diabetes Association Camps let kids have a great time participating in traditional camp activities and connecting with other children with diabetes. Health care professionals oversee daily diabetes care and help campers learn to live successfully with their disease.
Just diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D)? Looking for answers and need a place to start? Check out JDRF’s T1D Care Kit – featuring tools and information to educate, support and inspire adults with T1D who are within their first year of diagnosis. Materials include booklets from the My Life, My Diabetes, My Way series, the Calorie King book (for carb counting) and more.
Email is often the most convenient way for people to communicate with one another, so JDRF International offers one-on-one online support. The Online Diabetes Support Team (ODST) is made up of compassionate volunteers who know firsthand the ever-changing demands of living with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Contact us with your questions, and we will do our best to respond within 48 hours (we are not medical or legal professionals and therefore cannot give medical or legal advice).
When the days grow shorter and the snow starts to fall, there’s no mistaking winter’s arrival. Most people look forward to this season filled with holidays, sledding, and hot chocolate, but there’s one aspect of winter that no one enjoys—the flu.