Star of the Nurse’s Office
So the other day I got a call from the nurse at school. This is not a remarkable thing in and of itself. Rare are the days when I don’t need to be communicating with the school about SOMETHING related to James’ type 1 diabetes. (Thank goodness I absolutely adore the school nurse!) But today … Read More »
Diabetes Awareness Month: 12 Ways to Get Involved Together
November is Diabetes Awareness Month, a time to shine the spotlight on diabetes and diabetes research. Ready to get involved? Here are some noteworthy events happening across the country along with suggestions for creative ways you and your family can raise awareness about diabetes in your community.
10 Signs You’re No Longer a T1D Newbie
by Pam Osborne, guest blogger, AdventuresInDiabetesParenting.blogspot.com
When a child is diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, the onslaught of information, anxiety, and exhaustion is intense. But eventually, you’ll find your new normal and it won’t feel as overwhelming as it does right now. So how do you know when you’ve gotten to that place?