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Diabetes Connections Extra

FREE Diabetes Connections Extra eHandbook: Selected transcriptions from the award-winning podcast.

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As an adult with type one diabetes, you’ve done the work. You’ve read the books, cycled through a doctor or two, experimented with technology, maybe even joined a support group.

Maybe, you’re a parent of a child with T1D and you’re starting to dig deeper into understanding what it’s like to live with type one diabetes so that you can best support your child’s growth.

Either way, you’re not new to the T1D life, but you still have unanswered questions and concerns about diabetes management.

Diabetes Connections Extra is a FREE Ebook developed from transcripts of the award-winning Diabetes Connections podcast.

This almost 200 page Ebook offers concrete advice and tips from top healthcare experts and professionals specializing in diabetes. These conversations dive deep and uncover detailed questions about how to navigate life with diabetes.

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Still The World’s Worst Diabetes Mom (Pre-Sale)

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Stacey Simms is back with more heartfelt stories and honest advice about raising a happy, healthy child with type 1 diabetes. Stacey’s son was diagnosed just before he turned two. He’s in his senior year of high school now! In her sequel to the award winning “World’s Worst Diabetes Mom,” Stacey takes on the challenge of giving a child with diabetes more independence while keeping them safe and happy. It’s not easy, but you are not alone!

We expect pre-sales to ship by 11/1/2022

The World’s Worst Diabetes Mom

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Best New Nonfiction, American Bookfest
Top 100 Parenting Books, Book Authority

Real-Life Stories of Parenting a Child with Type 1 Diabetes.

Raising a child with type 1 diabetes is full of challenges, but you are not alone! Join the honest and witty Stacey Simms for real-life stories of T1D parenting. Stacey’s son was diagnosed just before he turned two. He’s now in high school! In her new book, Stacey shares how mistakes and mishaps can actually be a diabetes parent’s secret superpower.