Newly Diagnosed

We know what you’re going through! Everyone involved with Carb DM is either an adult with T1D or a parent of a child with T1D. We understand!

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

A list of tips and tricks and great advice we’ve been compiling over the past six years, including our favorite low foods, free foods, and books!

A recap of Tamar’s talk on what you need to know to get a grip on type 1 diabetes. It’s like a one-on-one with Carb DM founder, Tamar Sofer-Geri.

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!

From day one of our diagnosis Tamar was a saving angel, with prompt answers to our questions and proactive support on questions we should have asked. She guided us through the shock of discovery, the fear of treatment and installed in us a confidence in “seizing diabetes.”

Like a compass Tamar guides families from confused patients into a loving network of friends that together improve the treatment for our kids and support those who care and surround them.

The Carb DM model should be duplicated across the global community!

 Doron & Galit

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