General Resources

Diabetes can be overwhelming and time consuming. To make it easier for you, we’ve compiled some of our favorite resources all in one place.

Here are some of our best resources for families or adults:

A comprehensive list of Facebook pages of products, non profit organizations, blogs, and more. All on one page!

Tips for traveling with diabetes!

Join Brave Buddies: an online forum for parents and caregivers of children with T1D.

If you or your child needs some extra support, check out this list of mental health professionals experienced in helping families and adults coping with chronic illness and T1D.

Diabetes Can be a huge financial burden on top of everything else. This list compiles some of the financial resources that are available to help reduce the costs.

Often there are clinical studies being offered specifically for people who are newly diagnosed with diabetes.

  • Find out what clinical studies are being conducted locally at Stanford and at UCSF.

One of the best things you can do is find a caregiver who is comfortable managing T1D. Now, more than ever, you need time to yourself! Keep this list handy and use it often!

If you’d like to add your name to our caregiver list, just fill out this online form.

We are here to help! Email us with any questions or concerns you have. If we don’t have the answers, we will put you in touch with someone who does!

I can honestly say that when I accepted the position as a Type I Diabetic Nurse at my local school district 5 years ago, I never knew how working with children with T1D would impact my life. The students we work with have taught us lessons in courage, strength and perseverance and have done it with dignity and seldom with complaints. Now as we meet new families whose lives have been affected, we will have an important resource to assist them in getting in contact with other families in our community. This site and organization is a labor of love and one of self sacrifice. Thank you to all of the dedicated staff who have made this website a reality. Wishing you much luck and continued success in the coming years!

 Caren, nurse

I am happy to know that the in-person support groups still exist in today’s on-line world. My family went to something similar when my daughter was young and it was invaluable for her and for me to meet others experiencing the same challenges. Some of our best friends over 20 years later are from that group.

 Lis, School Nurse and Type 1 Mom