We’re the plan to change the future type. JDRF research focuses on key therapies that hold significant promise in turning Type One into Type None, including: artificial pancreas, encapsulation, smart insulin, restoration, and prevention.
The holidays are upon us! No matter which celebration(s) you observe—Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Year’s Eve, you name it—we’ve got a wealth of information from our archives to help you ring in your healthiest, happiest type 1 diabetes (T1D) holiday season yet.
Step into the shoes of someone living with type 1 diabetes (T1D) for one day in an eye-opening text campaign made possible through the generous support of Lilly Diabetes. In just a single day, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the challenges people with T1D face. Sign up today, or any day in November, and […]
JDRF is kicking off National Diabetes Awareness Month by turning the Empire State Building blue! On the evening of November 1—T1Day—New York’s iconic landmark will blaze blue to promote diabetes awareness and show support for the 366 million people worldwide living with both type 1 diabetes (T1D) and type 2 diabetes. Awareness for T1D doesn’t […]
JDRF and Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD) joined forces to help raise awareness and funds for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research through the “Our Everyday Heroes” Race Car Design Contest for JDRF. The winning design was painted onto the Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Shelby Mustang Funny Car driven by Bob Tasca III. The contest has raised […]
You might not be able to eat that doughnut when you have high blood sugar, but you can still become a doctor or a famous baseball player. By Cindy Chen (17 years old, California) Dear parents, This coming school year, I’ll be a senior?and then it’s off to college. All parents […]
For my trip to Washington, D.C., next month—where I’ll be a delegate at JDRF Children’s Congress—there are many things I’ll need to pack. But most important are all the supplies I need to treat my type 1 diabetes (T1D) so that I can stay as healthy as possible. I’ve created a video to give you an idea of what it’s like to travel with T1D.
Sometimes people with type 1 diabetes (T1D) get so accustomed to our own slang, it’s easy to forget not everyone speaks the same language. Since I’ll be attending JDRF Children’s Congress as a delegate this summer, I know it’s important for me to communicate clearly. So with that in mind, I’ve compiled a list of my own favorite diabetic slang terms.
When the 161 delegates of JDRF Children’s Congress get to Washington in July, time will fly! Children’s Congress Chair Kid Jonathan Platt gives a few tips to help delegates be the most effective advocates they can be, while having the most fun.