What Your Endocrinologist Is Really Thinking About Your Child’s A1C
Do you dread that moment during your child’s three-month checkup when it’s time to get your A1C “report card”? We asked doctors what’s really going on in their minds when they deliver this number, and they had some interesting things to say about it.
5 Ways to Stay Positive About Blood Sugar Numbers Today
Removing judgment from blood sugar numbers can help kids better cope with their diabetes. But how do you put this into practice? Here are some tips and tricks from other D-parents about how they stay positive about blood sugar numbers… no matter what the meter says.
How to Apply the 80/20 Rule to Type 1 Diabetes
by Jonny White, guest blogger, WelcomeToType1.com
This mantra has held true for me in my work, in my writing, and in my relationships. It’s made up of three things that I think could help others with type 1 as well, including kids (and the parents caring for their diabetes).
What Parents of Multiple Kids With Diabetes Know
If you have more than one child, you know that everything’s a little bit different the second time around. So how about parents of two or more kids with type 1 diabetes? What hard-won wisdom have they picked up now that they’ve been around the block a couple times? Here, moms and dads of multiple children with diabetes share insights that can come in handy whether you’re facing your first child’s diagnosis or your fifth.