School and Diabetes for Parents
When kids with diabetes attend school, parents should discuss the condition with teachers, school staff, and coaches. Here are some tips on what to cover.
School and Diabetes for Teens
You probably spend more than a third of your waking hours at school. Chances are you'll need to check your blood sugar levels or give yourself an insulin injection during that time. So what do you do?
School and Diabetes for Kids
Are you on your own at school when you're dealing with diabetes? Not at all. Your teachers, coaches, school nurse - and even your friends - can help you out.
Living With Diabetes - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents
Advice for home life, school, play, and dining out.
Living With Diabetes for Kids
It's important to plan ahead when you have diabetes. Find out how you can be ready for school, sports, and more.
Chandler's Diabetes Story for Kids
People who have diabetes have to pay special attention to what they eat and need to stay aware of the amount of sugar in their blood. So what's it like to have diabetes? Just ask Chandler!
Diabetes Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents
What teachers should know about diabetes, and how to help students with diabetes succeed in school.
Factsheets (for Educators) - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents
These Factsheets explain the basics about health conditions that can affect learning in the classroom, and offer quick tips on teaching strategies to help students succeed in school. Each factsheet features links to related resources for kids, teens, and their parents, as well as additional resources for teachers.
Factsheets - Nemours KidsHealth for Educators
These Factsheets explain the basics about health conditions that can affect learning in the classroom.
Dealing With Feelings About Diabetes for Teens
Living with diabetes can be challenging at times, but dealing with challenges builds resilience. This section has advice on coping so you can get on with your life.