T1Y1: Newly Diagnosed Diabetes Program Resources
Find diabetes apps for you phone to help you with carb counting, keeping track of your blood sugar, calories intake and more.
Living With Diabetes
Diabetes can take an emotional toll on your child (and you!). Here are a few ideas on how to you can support your child/teen.
Find and rate low calorie, healthy recipes at SparkRecipes. Use the free recipe calculator to find the calories, carbs, fat and protein in your recipes.
Drinking alcohol and having diabetes can be dangerous. In this module, learn how alcohol can affect your body and blood sugars. Hear tips on how to drink alcohol safely.
After completing this module, you will be able to identify the signs and symptoms of depression and the resources available to teens with diabetes who may feel depressed.
This diabetes e-learning module is for young athletes who want to perform at their peak. Learn about keeping your blood sugar in the best range to maximize your peak performance.
Our Healthy Eyes, Healthy Vision e-learning module will answer common questions teens with diabetes have about vision screening.
Experiencing low blood sugar can be scary and embarrassing. But don’t try to avoid lows by letting your sugars run high all the time.
It takes just 15 minutes a day to test blood sugar, count carbs, calculate and give the insulin dose that will take care of your diabetes.
Watch this e-learning module to learn more about diabulimia, including its risks and complications, and the dangers of DKA caused by diabulimia.
It’s important to learn how to drive safely with diabetes. Find out what you need to know before you get behind the wheel.
Watch these videos to help you better understand the effect of food and insulin on your blood sugar.
This e-learning module will help you learn about blood sugar logs, and why they're important in helping you understand and prevent highs and lows.
Learn about relaxation exercises and distractions that can help you overcome fear of needles.
Watch registered dietitians from the Diabetes Center as they make their way around the supermarket, giving tips on making healthy food choices for teens and families with diabetes.
This course discusses three important things you need to explain to your roommate when you go to college: your diabetes, your lows and how they can help.
When you have type 1 diabetes, ketones can start to form and build up in your blood. Ketones also form when you don't have enough insulin in your body.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Gary Hall Jr. speaks to children at Seacrest Studios at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia about life as an athlete with diabetes.