Join other individuals, families, and caregivers affected by type 1 diabetes (T1D) at all life stages for a day of education and connection at the TypeOneNation Summit. Talk to experts about research advances, meet with other attendees to exchange ideas, and participate in discussions important to you.
Register today for this wonderful opportunity to gather with your local T1D community. Registration, Exhibitor Fair and TrialNet Screenings open at 8:00AM; Program begins at 9:00AM. TypeOneNation Summit offers separate tracks for teens (13-17) and children (4-12). All are welcome to attend: feel free to bring your children, grandparents, coaches, and teachers!
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A discounted JDRF Room rate is available for Friday, March 17th at the Holiday Inn Gwinnett Center. To reserve a room, you can call 770-476-2022 to receive the discounted $99.00/night plus tax and mention the JDRF Room Block or click here. Be sure to book by March 3rd to reserve the JDRF rate!
Workshop topics in the adult/parent breakout sessions will include:
Ask the Experts Panel
Counting Carbs: Alternate Ways to Spice Up Your Meals
Diabetes Caregiver Class (presented by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta) This program runs concurrent with workshops.
Diabetes Technology: Insulin Pumps & CGMs
It’s Okay to Not be Okay: T1D and Mental Health
Navigating Health Insurance
Parent Roundtable: Things I Wish I’d Known
T1D and Sports
Taking T1D to School: Making the Most of Your 504 Plans
Transitioning to College
Turning Type One Into Type None: JDRF 101
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Annie Schultz
Annie was born and raised in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge in White Salmon, WA. She graduated from Oregon State University in 2004 with a Degree in Exercise Science--Sports Medicine, but chose a sports business route. That took her to Tacoma, WA where she was the Senior Director of Marketing for the Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. While working for the Rainiers, Annie connected with the local JDRF Branch and volunteered on the South Sound Board of Directors. While volunteering she was hired by JDRF as a Regional Marketing Manager. She remained with JDRF for three years before taking a new and exciting role in the T1D research world with Diabetes TrialNet. TrialNet is a worldwide network of researchers and institutions focused on preventing type 1 diabetes. Annie is the Project Manager for Outreach & Recruitment for the Diabetes TrialNet network.
Annie came to the T1D research worlds as a person who is directly impacted by T1D. Her father was diagnosed in 1964 at age 19, Annie herself was diagnosed at age 21. She and her family members have participated in numerous clinical research trials of type 1 diabetes. Specifically, Annie has participated in trials for the artificial pancreas at the Benaroya Research Institute. She is also a member of the JDRF Speakers Bureau, a Board Member for ConnecT1D an organization that puts on a type 1 diabetes family camp and a volunteer for JDRF Seattle. She was recently awarded the Auto-immune Alliance-A3 Focus Award for her spirit, dedication and community involvement while living with an autoimmune disease. She admits that while her story can be difficult to share, it demonstrates very clearly the tremendous advancements that are a direct result of JDRF funded research.
Thank you to our National Premier Sponsors for making this event possible:
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