Diabetes Minute: August 2018

Support Team

Tips for Taking Your Son or Daughter with Diabetes to College

With the end of summer and fall approaching, many of you may be taking a son or daughter with diabetes to college – which is exciting and bittersweet, but also scary. We have two helpful tips for you as you send them off to college!

Posted by Alana
Management

When things don’t go as planned at school

You met with your child’s teacher or coach about his or her T1D, you have a written plan, and then nothing goes according to the plan. You aren’t the only one. It happens all too often. Whether it’s at school, at camp, or in an after school activity, we know it is frustrating when you have been […]

Posted by Alana
Support Team

Tips for Parents when Engaging with Schools

It’s back to school time! For parents with a type 1 diabetic, it is a very anxious time of year, whether your child is going back to a new school or maybe going to school for the first time. We have some tips for you to be ready! Go into it with a collaborative approach […]

Posted by Alana
Management

This Ain’t Your Mother’s Chicken Salad

If you don’t love chicken salad, you should. But not for the reasons you think. We don’t want you to love the mayo (and the fat and calories that adds). And, we’d rather you not love your chicken salad on a big ‘ole baguette or croissant. If you are managing your diabetes with a low carb […]

Posted by Alana
Management

How to Avoid Diabetes Burnout

We know how frustrating it is when you feel like you have done everything right and you still have a severe low or a severe high, with no explanation. This can really make you feel burned out. Find out Rhodes’ top strategies for avoiding diabetes burnout in this video. How do you avoid diabetes burnout? […]

Posted by Alana