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5 Ways To Foster Autonomy In Children With Type 1 Diabetes

5 Ways To Foster Autonomy In Children With Type 1 Diabetes

The responsibilities that come when your child receives a type 1 diabetes diagnosis can be challenging. It means late-night blood sugar checks, monitoring their carb intake, and making sure that they always have their medicine and insulin on hand for when they need it. While both type 1 and type 2 diabetes require a certain amount of care, type 1 diabetes differs in that your child’s body is not producing insulin at all. This means that their body completely relies on manual blood sugar regulation to survive. 5 Ways Parents Can Promote Autonomy for Their Diabetic Child Usually, this responsibility…
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