What We’re Reading: Type 1 University

Recently, we brought you news about the ADA’s support and information program for those newly diagnosed with Type 2[1]. 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[2].

This blog entry was written by Web Intern Helen Zhu.

Endnotes:
  1. ADA’s support and information program for those newly diagnosed with Type 2: https://dsm.diabetesselfmanagement.com/Blog/Web-Team/what-were-reading-adas-living-with-type-2-diabetes/
  2. www.Type1University.com: http://www.type1university.com

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