As a parent, you want the best for your child, from health care to home life to education. Raising a child with type 1 diabetes can make the stakes higher—even when everything is going well. But how do you react when a necessary part of your child’s life keeps him from success? That’s the situation […]
When you ask Jessica where “home” is, she pictures the Indian reservation in upstate New York where her parents are from. Jessica’s family is part of the Haudenosaunee—the people of the longhouses—where entire family units live together in one house with grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, parents and siblings. Close family ties define her community. At […]
The American Diabetes Association® (ADA) announced Tuesday, May 1st that Tracey D. Brown, MBA, BChE would serve as new CEO. She joined the ADA National Board of Directors in January 2018. Ms. Brown lives with Type 2 Diabetes and is an enthusiastic fundraiser and volunteer for her local chapter. Ms. Brown joins the ADA from Sam’s Club, […]
When Amy was initially diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, she was both discouraged and overwhelmed. Mustering all the courage she had, she soon took the first step toward managing the disease by pledging to herself that she would do everything in her power to be there for her family in the future.