January is TUITION FREE at Type 1 University

Gary Scheiner is working hard to start the new year off right for as many people living with diabetes as he can.  He has decided to offer all live classes at Type 1 University for absolutely free during the month of January!  Space is limited, and classes are filling up fast.

Some of the classes are things like “Mastering Pump Therapy“, “Advanced Carb Counting“, “Weight Loss for Insulin Users“,  “Strike the Spike: After-Meal Glucose Control“, and “Blood Glucose Control During Sports & Exercise“.   Full curriculum and course schedule can be found at Type 1 University.

Classes are webinar-style, usually just under an hour long, and you get a PDF copy of the slides used.  You’ll also be able to ask questions during the class.

I’m working with Gary to help promote Type 1 University.  I think it’s a really powerful resource for all of us who use insulin, and would love for everyone to take advantage of this opportunity to try it for free (this is a great thing Gary is doing).

Most of us don’t get enough time with our healthcare providers, and are left to learn so much on our own.  What Gary is doing with Type 1 University is exactly what many of us need.  A chance to dig in deeper with the skills we have in managing our blood sugars.

I would ask that you please let me know how you like it.  If you have positive feedback, please tell everyone you can.  If you have negative feedback – send me an e-mail…

Seriously though – we need feedback to fine tune this thing and make it the best it can be.

Disclosure: I have a business relationship with Gary to help promote Type 1 University

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Scott K. Johnson

Patient voice, speaker, writer, advocate. Living life with diabetes and telling my story. Patient Success Manager, USA for mySugr (All opinions expressed are my own and do not necessarily represent the position of my employer).

Diagnosed in April of 1980, I recognize the incredible mental struggle of living with diabetes. Read more…