Brad made a quick video with everything you need to know about Spare A Rose in less than one minute.
If you’re ready to jump right to it and donate, that’s great! Head to http://SpareARose.org/give/
Maybe money is tight right now? No worries, I understand. We understand. Spreading the word about this campaign is also very helpful, doesn’t cost a thing, and is very much appreciated.
If you really want to dig into the nitty-gritty details or do something extra great (like get your workplace involved), visit SpareARose.org.
Huge thanks to Brad Slaight (Meter Boy of Diabetes Hero Squad) for making this wonderful video!
A handful of PSA’s about prediabetes have been created through an exciting collaboration with the Ad Council, the American Medical Association (AMA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Take this “Busy Moms“, for example.
I enjoy helping friends. Friends like Dr. Oser. We first met at a CWD Focus on Technology some years back, and I’m happy to say we’re now working together on CWD’s Friends for Life ‘Adults with Type 1’ track. We even wore matching uniforms one-day last summer…
Jill Weissberg-Benchell, a psychologist and CDE in Chicago (and a dear friend) is inviting people with T1D and their loved ones (partners, spouses, parents) to participate in a focus group with other PWD to talk about your hopes and expectations of new diabetes technology.
Continuous glucose monitoring is an important part of my diabetes management. I don’t like that people covered by Medicare are being denied coverage for this useful tool.
I’m in the middle of a very busy flurry of travel.
A 9:00 pm touchdown Saturday night, a rush repack of my suitcase, and a takeoff scheduled for 8:00 am the very next morning had me desperate for five or six hours of sleep before heading out again.
Diabetes wasn’t trying to hear it.
I made my flight, but I’m a little tired today. And every time I dozed off during the flights, I worried about punching my neighbor…
I love this moment in Living Vertical’s Project 365 film, a short documentary where Steve Richert takes his type 1 diabetes on a nation-wide climbing journey for an entire year.
On the road to success, there are no shortcuts
There was a different feeling around the 2015 AADE Annual Meeting this year, and I noticed it almost immediately. As soon as I picked up my materials and glanced at the meeting guide, something special jumped out at me.
That’s a twitter hashtag, y’all!
Diabetes advocacy can be intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be. You have friends who want to make it easy. Easy for you to learn about what’s going on, and even easier for you to let lawmakers and government agencies know how you feel (it’s a few clicks).
“Who is DPAC? You are. I am. We all are.” — Christel Marchand Aprigliano at ThePerfectD.com (more…)
The Diabetes Scholars Foundation does amazing work. I hope to introduce you to part of their magic that you may not be aware of.
They are best known for helping people get to CWD’s Friends for Life conferences, and they have helped so many families, young adults, and adults experience these life-changing events that would have been impossible otherwise.
But there’s another important mission of the Diabetes Scholars Foundation that you need to know about – college scholarships.
The Diabetes Scholars Foundation College Scholarships recognize students who are actively involved in the diabetes community, have high academic performance, participate in community and/or extracurricular activities, are leaders in their school and community and demonstrate they are successfully managing the challenges of living with type 1 diabetes. This year alone they received over 2,400 applications from all 50 states. (more…)