{3 Little Diabetes Things} 12.04.2016

The 3 Little Diabetes Things: Callie Crossbody Bag, Pump Pouch With Trash Pocket, Diabetic Dabs

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Reflections on Diabetes Awareness Month

My reflections on National Diabetes Awareness Month 2016.

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{Diabetes Awareness Month} Thought 30

“Diabetes is just one aspect of a child with type 1. Of course take care of their medical needs, but try to make them feel like a kid first and foremost.”

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{Diabetes Awareness Month} Thought 29

“Though you want your child to eventually self-manage their diabetes, take back over care if it becomes too much for them or they need a break. They have their entire life with diabetes ahead of them.”

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{Diabetes Awareness Month} Thought 28

“Begin transitioning self-care by teaching them age appropriate tasks such as checking their own blood sugars, counting carbs, or giving insulin.”

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{Diabetes Awareness Month} Thought 27

“When a child’s blood sugar is low it’s difficult for them to think. During a low blood sugar, the brain literally doesn’t have the fuel it needs to function properly.”

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