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  • Your Child's Diabetes Health Care Team for Parents


    When you have a child with diabetes, you and your family have a lot to learn, but you don't have to go it alone. Your child's diabetes health care team can help.

  • Your Diabetes Health Care Team for Teens


    It takes all of your team members — you, your parents, doctors, certified diabetes educators, dietitians, and mental health pros — to help you take care of your diabetes.

  • Hyperglycemia and Diabetic Ketoacidosis for Parents


    When blood glucose levels (also called blood sugar levels) are too high, it's called hyperglycemia. A major goal in controlling diabetes is to keep blood sugar levels as close to the desired range as possible.

  • Type 2 Diabetes: How Is It Treated? for Teens


    People with type 2 diabetes need to follow a plan to manage their diabetes and stay healthy and active.

  • Treating Type 2 Diabetes for Parents


    Kids who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes will need a diabetes management plan to help them manage the condition and stay healthy and active.

  • Treating Type 1 Diabetes for Parents


    For kids diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, it's important to create a diabetes management plan to help them manage the condition and stay healthy and active.

  • Type 1 Diabetes: How Is It Treated? for Teens


    People with type 1 diabetes need to follow a treatment plan to manage their diabetes and stay healthy and active.

  • Keeping Track of Your Blood Sugar for Teens


    To keep your diabetes under control, stay healthy, and prevent future problems, you need to keep blood sugar levels in a healthy range. To do that, check and track those levels regularly.

  • When Blood Sugar Is Too High for Teens


    For people with diabetes, controlling blood sugar levels is important. Having a blood sugar level that's too high can make you feel lousy, and having high blood sugar levels a lot can be unhealthy.

  • Transitioning Your Medical Care: Diabetes for Teens


    Most teens with diabetes should switch to an adult health care provider when they're between 18 and 21. Here's how you can do that.