Supporting the Type 1 Diabetes Community
JDRF provides a range of resources, services and programs to support the T1D community. At diagnosis we provide either a KIDSAC or T1D Toolkit which contains manuals and other collateral to help newly diagnosed individuals and families navigate T1D.
Below are some additional resources which will assist you as you care for someone living with T1D.
A Guide for
Insulin Pump Program
A Guide for Parents
Helping Newly Diagnosed Families?
Check out JDRF's Peer Support Program
JDRF’s Peer Support Program is a volunteer network that connects people who have been affected by T1D. The Program provides the opportunity to talk to someone who has been there, who can give practical help and advice. This program has been designed to support newly diagnosed families transitioning to life with T1D.
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