As cold and flu season rapidly approaches, make sure you are prepared to manage illness and ketones for your child with T1D!
Small changes to understand portion sizes and carbohydrate amounts can go a long way without giving up favorite foods and keeping your BG in target.
Living with a chronic disease is difficult and can be overwhelming for many youth. Know the signs and symptoms of depression to help your child with T1D.
Back to school time is approaching quickly and can be hectic! When you are checking off your school list, don’t forget about your diabetes checklist too!
The McNeely Teen Diabetes Clinic is devoted to seeing adolescent patients with diabetes to focus on the importance of self care and diabetes management.
For children with diabetes, making sure peers and teachers have the correct and relevant information can help curb misconceptions about diabetes.
A new study at Children's Minnesota to see if mobile health technology can help patients with Type 1 diabetes mellitus manage their health.
Attend your next routine diabetes appointment from the comfort of your own home! Telemedicine visits are available to reduce the amount of diabetes clinic visits annually.
In October, the McNeely Diabetes Center will open a Teen Diabetes Clinic. The clinic will be held at the Woodbury location on Tuesdays. We are excited about the new team model that we will be piloting in efforts to improve the care we provide to our teenage patients. Clinic appointments are available for any child with diabetes who is 12 years of age or older. Please considering attending the new Teen Prep Academy Course (detailed below) at which we will provide some additional details about the Teen Clinic. Watch for more details about the clinic in the Fall 2017 Diabetes Care Connection Newsletter as well!
Chelsea Weinstein, MSW, LICSW, Gina Davis, MSW, LICSW, Sarah Jerstad, Ph.D., L.P.