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The mission of DSMA (Diabetes Social Media Advocacy) is to promote social networking in all its forms (Facebook, twitter, YouTube, etc) in order to educate and support all people affected by diabetes. The diabetes online community the opportunity to share and understand the challenges of physical, mental and emotional needs of this chronic condition. In an effort to share the mission of DSMA with the community, we decided to offer DSMA Live, DSMA en Vivo and DSMA Live: Parents Talk empower,connect, support people affected by diabetes. Monday (bi-weekly) at 9 PM EST: DSMA Live: Parents Talk Tuesday (bi-weekly) at 9 PM EST: DSMA en Vivo Thursday at 9 PM EST: DSMA Live DSMA Live: Parents ('Rents) Talk, DSMA en Vivo and DSMA Live is provided by Diabetes Community Advocacy Foundation (DCAF).

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Stacy Mitchell joins Loraine and Bennet to chat about building local, in real life support. Stacy is the mom of 5 year old kindergartner Caden James. Caden James was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in April 2011, two days after his second birthday. Completely unaware of the disease or anyone currently living with type 1, Stacy reached out on social media to find other diabetic families. Within a month of Caden James' diagnosis, Stacy became active with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Alabama chapter and worked to create a local outreach group called the Bolusers of Birmingham. The Bolusers of Birmingham now have over 140 families affected by type 1 diabetes. Caden James wears an Animas Ping insulin pump and a Dexcom G4 continuous glucose meter. Nightscout, the CGM in The Cloud initiative, is also part of Caden James' apparatus. Stacy and her family reside in Birmingham, Alabama.
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On-Demand Episodes

Working with T1D teen. Natalie and Jim from CWD. During the show chatting on Twitter at #DSMA Natalie Bellini, BSN, RN, CDE, has had type 1 diabetes since she was a young child. Within a year of finishing nursing school, she started to... more

In a special co-hosts show, George Simmons and Scott K. Johnson spend the hour chatting about World Diabetes Day, the upcoming 24-hour twitter chat, other advocacy efforts, and anything else that comes to mind.

Molly McElwee Malloy has recently joined the team at the University of Virginia's Diabetes Education Management Program (DEMP). At DEMP she see's patients as a Certified Diabetes Educator (434-924-1825). Previous to joining DEMP... more

Nos visita la Nutricionista y Educadora en Diabetes Lorena Drago, para hablarnos acerca del curso de nutrición que esta próximo a comenzar. La campaña del Día Mundial de la Diabetes 2014 (WDD) marca el... more

As the Manager for Glu Community Outreach at T1D Exchange, a T1D online community, Anna works to provide the type I community with continual resources and ongoing connectivity for people affected by type I diabetes. We had a... more

Join us for an evening of interactive one-hour show at the DiabetesSisters Weekend for Women Conference-it will be a good mix of in-person networking, spontaneous interviews and a great way to meet the team behind... more

En menos de un mes estaremos conmemorando el Día Mundial de la Diabetes y estaremos hablando acerca de algunas ideas de actividades para crear conciencia de este día tan especial para nuestra comunidad.... more

John and Laura Costik talk with Lorraine and Bennet about life with diabetes and parenting with CGM in the cloud. We hope to talk about the technology and beyond, how NightScout can be used to enhance kids' freedom and parents... more

Join Scott, Cherise and George tonight at 9 PM ET.

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