Diabetes Today 2012 All Aboard the Diabetes Train November 1st & 2nd, 2012 Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa, Whitefield, NH National and Local experts will present the latest information on strategies for advancing diabetes management and education skills. Special session for school nurses offered on Thursday afternoon. Dinner and evening presentation offered on Thursday
Registration is now open for the Maine Assocation of Diabetes Educators Spring Meeting. Please click on the below link for more information: Maine Spring Meeting Brochure
At the February 8th GSDE meeting, Liz Kennett spoke about NH Senate Bill 150. The original version of this legislation would allow insurance to be sold in NH that does not meet the state’s insurance mandate. The insurance is often sold by insurers based in another state. The state’s insurance mandate requires coverage for DSMT
The Maine Association of Diabetes Educators is looking for Abstracts for their annual conference. Anyone interested, please contact Susan at Susan@GreatGatherings.com
The American Diabetes Association is pleased to announce that the U.S. State Department has revised its policy for individuals who are living with insulin-treated diabetes who wish to serve as Foreign Service personnel. The updated guidelines will allow for individualized assessment and were the result of a collaboration with the Association. Previously, individuals with diabetes
by Joyce McCullen, GSDE President I would like to take a moment to make a tribute to the diabetes educators as well as the reps that are there to support the educators, your work that you do for people with diabetes is much more than a job, you touch lives in a very personal way.
WASHINGTON– The Justice Department today announced a settlement agreement with the Alexandria Country Day School in Alexandria, La., to resolve allegations that the school denied a six-year-old girl with Type I diabetes admission to the school after her parents requested that the school supervise her in daily diabetes care practices . The parents said they