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Patient Guide to Managing Your Child's Type 1 Diabetes

This Patient Guide is designed especially for parents of children with type 1 diabetes. Here, you'll learn about some of the most important aspects of managing your child's condition.

Hypoglycemia in Children with Type 1 Diabetes
Important Information for Parents
Read this article to learn about hypoglycemia, or low blood glucose (blood sugar). Parents of children with type 1 diabetes should know how to detect the symptoms of hypoglycemia and quickly treat it. Article addresses both considerations.
Physical Activity for Children with Type 1 Diabetes
Exercise's Effect on Your Child's Blood Glucose
Tips to help you easily adjust your child's insulin needs so they can be active with type 1 diabetes, and discover the effective ways to keep blood sugar levels in a safe range during exercise.
Managing Type 1 Diabetes at School
Important Resources for School Staff
Article provides resources for school staff to help them care for students with type 1 diabetes. These resources enable school workers to create a safe environment for students with type 1 diabetes. An overview of education laws is also included.
Meal Planning for Children with Type 1 Diabetes
Understanding Carbohydrates for Optimal Blood Glucose Management
When you have a child with type 1 diabetes, understanding carbohydrates is essential. In this article, you'll learn the importance of carb counting, and how fiber and sugar alcohols may also affect your child's blood glucose (blood sugar) levels.
Patient Guide to Managing Your Child's Type 1 Diabetes
A Resource for Parents
This Patient Guide is a resource for parents of children with type 1 diabetes. Learn about meal planning, treating hypoglycemia, and managing sick days.
Sick Day Management Tips when Your Child Has Type 1 Diabetes
How Illness Affects Your Child's Blood Glucose
If your child has type 1 diabetes and is sick, you need to manage potential complications relating to insulin and blood glucose (blood sugar) management. Article covers some important considerations to keep in mind the next time your child feels sick.
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