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A New Diagnosis

January 19, 2019

A New Diagnosis It’s Going To Be OK. You’ve Come To The Right Place. Your child has just been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. You’re home from the hospital. You can barely remember what you were told in the hospital. You’ve learned to measure and inject insulin and monitor blood glucose levels. Someone mentioned glucagon, […]

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CWD Polls from 2019

September 23, 2020

Children with Diabetes – Polls from 2019 Each week we ask our readers to share their experiences living with type 1 diabetes, and each week, our CWD community grows and learns together. Visit our Current Poll to see this week’s poll, or review the results of previous polls below. And if you have a poll […]

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I Need Help

January 19, 2019

It’s okay to need help. No matter what your point of entry is to the diabetes community –whether you’re still unsure about a diagnosis and want to learn more about symptoms, are newly diagnosed,need to learn more about advanced care and management, want to share a story or point of view –Children with Diabetes® has […]

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Technology Lunch Discussion at ADCES 2022

June 26, 2022

A Lunch Discussion on How Patients are Using Technology for Better Care Children with Diabetes (CWD), a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, education, and inspiration to families and children of all ages living with diabetes, invites you to participate in an open lunch expert discussion on How Patients are Using Technology for Better Care. […]

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Language Matters

September 8, 2020

Screenside Chats with CWD Language Matters Watch this replay of diabetes community advocates Chris “Grumpy” Aldred, Renza Scibillia, and Sana Ajmal, discussing how the words we use can help reduce diabetes stigma. This chat was facilitated by Kerri Sparling. This video was originally broadcasted live via webinar on September 6, 2020 at 3 pm ET. […]

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Ask the DTeam

January 13, 2019

What’s Your Question? Living with diabetes can bring up dozens of different questions, and finding reliable, science-based answers from diabetes experts can be challenging … especially on the Internet. This is why our team created CWD Answers, which is the Children with Diabetes “ask an expert” section of our site.  Our team of clinical experts […]

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Safe at School + COVID-19

August 24, 2020

Screenside Chats with CWD Safe at School + COVID-19 Watch this replay of our chat to hear Crystal Woodward, Director of the American Diabetes Association (ADA)’s Safe at School initiative, and Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill, nurse diabetes educator from UFL, ADA’s Safe at School Working Group co-chair, and the parent of a child with diabetes, discuss the […]

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How has living through the COVID-19 pandemic affected your family?

August 19, 2020

How has living through the COVID-19 pandemic affected your family? August 12 – 19, 2020 The world has been grappling with COVID-19 for months, and our diabetes community is dealing with affected income, difficulty accessing healthcare, navigating childcare and school, and also the mental health burden of living through a pandemic.  The vast majority of […]

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About Us

January 13, 2019

About Children with Diabetes Children with Diabetes is an Ohio-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing education and support to families living with type 1 diabetes. Our official corporate name is T-1 Today, Inc. (Ohio Charter 2231845) with a Trade Name Filing for Children with Diabetes. Most people know us as Children with Diabetes. Our Mission Children with […]

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Virtual Friends for Life Orlando 2020 Conference Report

August 15, 2020

Virtual Friends for Life Orlando 2020 Conference Report A Look Back at Virtual Friends for Life Orlando 2020 From July 14 – 19, 2020, CWD held our first Virtual Friends for Life Orlando (VFFLO) conference, bringing families together in true CWD-style through the combination of video conferencing and the magic of Friends for Life. By […]

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