Teaching Living skills – Going to an appointment

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. Benjamin Franklin Since Kindergarten our children are learning how to write their name, memorize their home phone and address. For some kids it is not as easy as others, especially when you have a child with cognitive or speech delays. […]

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Sick Days are the worst

  Before diabetes, the usual parent prescription for a cold or flu was rest, refreshments and reruns. After a diabetes diagnosis, tending to a cold also includes managing blood glucose (blood sugar) levels that may be more difficult to control. American Diabetes Association I can relate so much to the quote from the American Diabetes […]

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We have a new diagnosis. How do I tell my kid?

A parent knows what’s best for the child, maybe you don’t agree but that’s not your business – Unknown I was talking with my friend Janice (Titanium Amy’s mom) about the importance of having a great medical team by your side and how we both have struggled to work to meet the needs of our […]

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