by Stacey Simms, host of Diabetes Connections podcast
Limiting what your child can do is not the way to avoid mistakes — it’s a way to avoid a full and fulfilling life.
It’s hard to know exactly what it’s like for teens with type 1 diabetes when you haven’t experienced it yourself. A few of them want to help you understand.
An endocrinologist explains how time in range can help provide a clearer picture of a child’s diabetes management.
by Jen M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
James has shown not only tremendous interest in learning to work his new insulin pump, but a competency as a digital native that his parents aren’t able to match. And that has some unexpected benefits.
That such huge advances could be made in the seemingly short lifetime of my little son is mind-boggling to me.
by Heather Schuerman, guest blogger, Raisingrushandemmy.wordpress.com
Coronavirus and type 1 diabetes: An educator and D-mom weighs in on working on a 504 plan in pandemic times.
by Kim M., Real Moms Talk Type 1
It took a pandemic to remind us what’s truly essential.
We were as close as we’ve ever come to going to the emergency room, and we learned two very important lessons.
If your child uses a CGM (continuous glucose monitor), see if this next-level technique could help you keep blood sugar under tighter control.
Or is something else going on?