Have you ever considered participating in a clinical trial?
JDRF is the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The goal of JDRF research is to improve the lives of all people affected by T1D by accelerating progress on the most promising opportunities for curing, better treating, and preventing T1D.
glu We are a type 1 diabetes community who is accelerating promising research by seeking answers, sharing wisdom and offering support.
Students With Diabetes aims to create a community and connection point for young adults with diabetes ages 18-30 on both college campuses and in local communities across the country.
Beyond Type 1 is leveraging the power of social media and technology, changing what it means to live with a chronic disease. By educating the global community about this autoimmune disease, as well as providing resources and supporting those living with Type 1 diabetes, Beyond Type 1 is bridging the gap from diagnosis to cure, empowering people to live well today and funding a better tomorrow.
Children with Diabetes The online community for kids, families and adults with diabetes.
Connected in Motion We are people with T1D who share a vision: to create a culture of support & engagement in diabetes self-management through peer-based experiential diabetes education, sport, and outdoor adventure. (Based in Canada)
ConsumerSafety.org is an information and news organization focused on health and safety topics. They provide information on health conditions like Diabetes, as well as recalls for products, medical devices and drugs, and relevant news. ConsumerSafety.Org works with experts to maintain a high level of information quality, to help readers like you stay in the know.
Smart Sitters covers essential information about T1D to help families and sitters manage T1D together, wherever they are.
NICH There is an exciting new program at OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital for children and adolescents with complex medical conditions who struggle to properly manage their health and are repeatedly hospitalized. Contact your local Endocrine Center to see if they have a similar program.