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Additional diabetes resources

Free smart-phone apps to help manage your child’s diabetes

  • Carb Counting with LennySM – Diabetes learning games
  • Glucose Buddy – Track blood glucose, medications, activity, and A1C. Data shown in graphs. Includes forum.
  • MySugr – Includes blood sugar tracker, carb logger, bolus calculator, and estimated A1c
  • My Fitness Pal – Allows you to track meals, monitor activity levels, and view data in charts.
  • Calorie Counter – MyNetDiary – Allows you to look up foods, monitor activity levels, set goals, and view data in charts.
  • Medisafe – Get reminders for medications; can also be connected to multiple users.

Books and e-books on diabetes

  • Beatty Driscoll, Monica. My Sister Rose Has Diabetes. Albuquerque, NM. Health Press. 1997
  • Deanna Kleiman: Jacob’s Journey: Living with Type 1 Diabetes. Lexington, KY JDRF. 2016
  • DeLand, M Maitland, MD. The Great Katie Kate Discusses Diabetes. Austin, TX. Greenleaf Book Group Press. 2010.
  • Gosselin, Kim. Taking Diabetes to School. JayJo Books:, 2004
  • Olson, Karen. Cooper Has Diabetes. Atlanta, GA: Pritchett & Hull Associates, Inc 2003
  • Olson, Karen. CJ Has Diabetes. Atlanta, GA: Pritchett & Hull Associates, Inc 2007
  • Scholastic; My Food Chain Diary. 1996, Scholastic Inc. (this is p. 44 of pdf)

General information

Diabetes camps