What do you do when your outgoing, sociable teenager suddenly becomes shy and private after a type 1 diabetes diagnosis? Find an expert answer here.
It’s low, but is it that serious? How to mentally (and physically) prepare to make the call in the moment on administering emergency treatment.
by Michellè Dreeckmeier, guest blogger, Familyingwitht1d.blogspot.com
To be okay — to be more than okay — we need to acknowledge the two realities of living with a chronic illness.
Not So Pumped? If your teenager wants to switch back to multiple daily injections and you’re worried it will make diabetes management harder rather than easier, find expert answers here.
by Amy Drauschke
With type 1 diabetes, the learning doesn’t end when you leave the hospital.
Searching for the right words after a type 1 diabetes diagnosis? Start here.
Change is coming to the way pilots with type 1 diabetes are evaluated for commercial licenses — if these high-flying T1s have anything to do with it.
by Heather Schuerman, guest blogger, Raisingrushandemmy.wordpress.com
There’s never a good time for a T1D diagnosis. Especially in November.
If you’d like to help further diabetes research without raising a dime — or walking, running, or pedaling a mile — here are some more great ways to get involved.
Q: “Do I need to adjust my child’s type 1 diabetes care when there’s a time change?” Find an expert answer here.