Diabetes Self-Management Blog

Recently, we brought you news about the ADA’s support and information program for those newly diagnosed with Type 2. An education program also exists for those who have Type 1 diabetes, called “Type 1 University.”

Created by Gary Scheiner, certified diabetes educator and exercise physiologist, Type 1 University features a series of live and prerecorded courses. Subjects range from “Mastering Pump Therapy” and “Advanced Carb Counting” to “Weight Loss for Insulin Users” and “Blood Glucose Control During Sports & Exercise.” Each lecture covers, in-depth, different aspects of daily self-management of diabetes. Courses are usually 45–50 minutes long and cost $29.95 for live lectures and $19.95 for prerecorded lectures.

To see a sample lecture, or to find out more about this program, visit www.Type1University.com.

This blog entry was written by Web Intern Helen Zhu.

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