Back to School season means more than just sending your child back into the classroom. It also means establishing positive relationships with your child’s school. One of the most important people helping manage your child’s type 1 diabetes (T1D) is their school caregiver. Meet Jeanette Weppner, L.P.N., the Crawford County Missouri R-1 Elementary and Middle […]
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Being a young adult presents many challenges – between homework, sports, social life and the pressures of preparing for college, diabetes management can be overwhelming. But how do we create a balance between health and the stresses of both academics and relationships? Being diagnosed at the age of two, many of my memories of school […]
Hi, all! I’m Amanda Bethel, and I’m a Metro-Detroit native pursuing my BA in Political Science/Pre-Law at Michigan State University. My blood runs green for my school – but with a little extra sugar. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) during my sophomore year of high school, following a scary transition from being […]
Arielle and her father, Lawrence, each have type 1 diabetes (T1D). Arielle was diagnosed at age four and a half, her father at 25. With Father’s Day coming up, we invited Arielle and her dad to sit down and chat about life with T1D, and how they’ve been each other’s greatest supporters. Lawrence, tell […]