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“These Kids Are Just Like Me!”

Cindy with one of her campers
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Live. Work. Play: Kaylee’s Diabetes Story

My parents cried the first time I went off to camp; they didn’t want to leave me alone. It was my first sleepover camp and my first time away from them—the first time someone else would help me with my diabetes. I, however, was very excited about the possibilities of developing new friendships and learning from my counselors. Continue reading

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All in the Family: Jessi’s Diabetes Camp Story

Jessi Thaller-Moran returned to Diabetes Camp for the 19th time this year–find out what keeps bringing her back. Continue reading

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Swimming, Archery and Empowerment: Lisa and Nichole’s Diabetes Camp Story

Diabetes Camps provide a safe place for children living with diabetes to just be kids and enjoy traditional summer camp activities–Lisa shares her daughter Nichole’s Diabetes Camp story. Continue reading

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Together for the Win: Our Mission, Football and Diabetes Camp

Team Tackle

Today is the American Diabetes Association’s Capitol Hill Advocacy Day, a time when Diabetes Advocates from across the country gather in Washington, D.C., to urge Congress to make diabetes a priority and invest in diabetes research and prevention. Continue reading

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Living with Diabetes in College: Deanelle

One of my first such experiences was at the American Diabetes Association’s Camp Carolina Trails in King, North Carolina. Attending camp was the first time I met a large group of people with diabetes. Continue reading

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Diabetes BFFs

If I hadn’t been diagnosed with diabetes, I would have never met my best friend. She is always there for me and having a friend who also lives with diabetes is truly life-changing. Continue reading

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