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DSMA Live: 'Rents has created it's first precorded show. We invite you to visit our website at www.diabetescaf.org to this link hear the full recording and reference all the links mentioned in the show.
Our guest for this edition is my son, Caleb, who has been living with diabetes for 9 years, diagnosed at the age of three. He talks about the role he has played in his diabetes care and how that has changed over the years. Hear what he considers a monumental advancement in his care, what he doesn't like about diabetes and whether he thinks there is any good that has come from being diagnosed as a person living with diabetes.
Thanks for listening!
Inspiring and Educating the Diabetes Community
DSP is dedicated to empowering those affected by diabetes through sports-related educational and community engagement. Utilizing the world's most inspirational, experienced, and sought-after diabetes athlete ambassadors, DSP's goal is to have a powerful, meaningful and sustainable influence on the diabetes community.
DSP's athlete ambassadors demonstrate how through proper diet, exercise, a positive outlook and effective blood glucose management by utilizing the diabetes tools and technology available today, dreams can be achieved.
DSP will debut on October 10, 2015, at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, and can be found at other venues include the Boston Marathon and other premier sporting events throughout the year.
DSP's website, www.diabetessportsproject.org, will be available on October 10, and will feature free 5k, 10k, and half marathon training plans, along with triathlon plans as well. Our goal is to help provide education and insight to fans who are interested in pursuing their own athletic endeavors. We can't wait to help you reach new goals!
Howard Look of Tidepool.org talks with DSMALive 'Rents about connecting our diabetes data and lives. What is Tidepool you ask? Solid question. They are an open source, not for profit, developer of diabetes software that reduces the burden of living with type 1 diabetes.
From their site:
Giving data a home and you the keys.
Right now, we’re living in the dark. Without constant, real-time, accessible information about what's happening inside our bodies—we’re left guessing. But when the stakes are this high, guessing isn’t good enough. We don’t need averages, we need specifics. We need a way to connect the dots.
Join us and find out how Tidepool connect dots.
Howard Look is President, CEO and Founder of Tidepool. Previously, Howard was on the founder’s team at TiVo where as VP of Software and User Experience he led the efforts that made TiVo as easy to use as it was disruptive. He was also VP of Software at Pixar, where he led the team developing Pixar’s proprietary film-making system, and at Amazon where he ran a secret software project to develop devices that leverage cloud services. At Linden Lab, he led the team that delivered the open-sourced Second Life Viewer 2.0 project. Howard has a BS in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. His teenage daughter has T1D.
On June 3, my guests will be Nancy Ploeger, president of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, and Robert S. Schwartz, C. Ped, president and CEO of Eneslow Pedorthic Enterprises, Inc, which operates Eneslow, The Foot Comfort Center, Eneslow Pedorthic Institute (EPI) and www.eneslow.com. We will be discussing the future of retail in Manhattan in light of Borough taxes, rents and requirements, as well as the impact of the Internet.
Eneslow, which was founded in 1909, has provided over 100,000 pairs of free shoes for the needy. EPI, which opened in 1995 as an educational institute, offers courses on conservative foot care, foot health and overall wellbeing. Additionally, it conducts events on the art and science of pedorthics and how it relates to improving people's lives. Eneslow trains third year podiatry students at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, where Robert serves as an adjuct instructor in the department of Orthopedic Sciences. In 2009 Eneslow was named "Retailer of the Year" by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. The following year Robert was named "Corporate Hero" by the New York Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation and in 2012 he was recognized by Tender Care Human Services for his generosity. We will be discussing Customer Retention.
Are schools doing enough to keep students safe at school? We talk about a recent article published in The New York Times which has spurred on much discussion in various forums including this conversation at DHF's tuDiabetes. We also talk about one of our favorite topics: CGMs and Dexcom, specifically.
Helping the Student with Diabetes Succeed: A Guide for School Personnel
Safe At School
'Rents on Scafe at School Crystal Jackson of the American Diabetes Association
DSMA Live with D5 Converation (25 min mark)
In this episode, Bennet and Lorraine share their opinions on incenting children to care for their diabetes. We touched upon this briefly in Episode 68 with Mike Hoskins, referring to this article on the topic, but we take this opportunity to delve a little deeper.
We also share our favorite Diabetes Reads, and our new tradition of "two bits" likely of things that have nothing to do with diabetes!
We hope you'll listen in and give us your feedback. We so want to hear from you and know what you want to hear on future episodes! Let us know here or on facebook or Twitter and Twitter.
Kelly and Adam of diaTribe talk with 'Rents about the online DOC conversation hosted by FDA that they will moderate November 3.
Kelly L. Close is the president of Close Concerns, Inc., a healthcare information firm focused on diabetes and obesity, and is the editor in chief of diaTribe, a free monthly online newsletter focused on new research and products for people with diabetes (diaTribe.org). A longtime diabetes advocate, Kelly is on the board of directors of the Diabetes Hands Foundation and the Behavioral Diabetes Institute.
Adam heads technology coverage for Close Concerns. He graduated summa cum laude from the Wharton School at Penn. in 2011where he was a Joseph Wharton and Ben Franklin Scholar.
Kelly, Adam and colleagues write about 3 million words on diabetes each year.
Christel Marchand Aprigliano was diagnosed in 1983 with Type 1 diabetes and spent her early years wishing it would simply "go away." She now devotes her efforts to many diabetes advocacy and peer support initiatives as the CEO of The Diabetes Collective, Inc., which produces The DiabetesUnConference; a member of Florida's Diabetes Advisory Council; VP of Diabetes Patient Advocacy Coalition (DPAC), a non-profit dedicated to amplifying the diabetes voice on federal and state policies, and a consultant for healthcare companies. You can find her thoughts on life with diabetes on her popular personal blog, www.theperfectd.com.
Christopher Snider joins Bennet and myself to discuss My Diabetes Secret, a forum he created on Tumbler, inspired by this post from Kerri Sparling on her blog, Six Until Me.
My Diabetes Secret, and the other communities like it, provide a safe space for people to share anonymously their thoughts and feelings about their disease without the fear of personal judgement. The hope is that openly sharing can serve as a step in healing.
Please share about Chris' platform and bring awareness to this powerful tool that has the potential to help so many. The reach includes, but extends far beyond diabetes.
You can visit the My Disease Secret hub for all the communities Chris has created, including:
My Arthritis Secret
My Chronic Pain Secret
My Cystic Fibrosis Secret
My Diabetes Secret
My IBD Secret
My Mental Health Secret
My Multiple Sclerosis Secret
My Lupus Secret
This Episode is the first under our new name "Diabetes Out Loud," formerly "DSMA Live." As we move from live shows to a prerecorded format, it made sense to give our name a facelift. Stay tuned for more information on our transition in podcasting.
Subscribe to www.diabetesoutloud.org (which is the same as www.diabetescaf.org) to stay updated on everything Diabetes Out Loud!
This Episode of Diabetes Out Loud is part of Diabetes Podcast Week. For a full listing of participants, including Chris Snider, visit StaceySimms.com.