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Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

The T1D news show you've been waiting for! Long-time broadcaster, blogger and diabetes mom Stacey Simms interviews prominent advocates, authors and speakers. Stacey asks hard questions of healthcare companies and tech developers and brings on "everyday' people living with type 1. Great for parents of T1D kids, adults with type 1 and anyone who loves a person with diabetes.
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Now displaying: December, 2018
Dec 18, 2018

The Mure family won 50-thousand dollars in the Great Christmas Light Fight on ABC and gave it to JDRF. Stacey talks to Joe Mure who wasn’t sure he wanted to compete at all. He hung up twice on the producers! Joe’s son was diagnosed with type 1 at age 5 and we get the story behind the Little North Pole and the network competition. 

If you'd like to donate to JDRF via The Little North Pole, click here

Plus, who is the Hangry Woman? We talk to Mila Buckley about finding support for a younger person with type 2 diabetes.

Also this week, Stacey reports that CW Star Austin Basis (Beauty and the Beast and more) has published his comic books, The Kinetix. We talked to him earlier this year when the stories about a superhero teem of kids with disabilities was launched on Kickstarter. Listen to that episode here. 

And, with this last scheduled show of 2018, a look back at an amazing year.

 
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Stacey Welcome: We talk about the Kinetix from Austin Basis

Interview with Joe Mure about the Great Christmas Light Fight

26:30 Interview with Mila Buckley - The Hangry Woman

47:30 Looking ahead to 2019 (sneak peek at upcoming shows)


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Dec 11, 2018

Advocate and author Quinn Nystrom was diagnosed with type 1 as a young teenager, just a few years after her little brother developed T1D. Her high school prom date inspired the title of her book, "If I Kiss You Will I Get Diabetes."

Quinn shares her story, talks about running for office and tells us what's next. 

Plus, MySugr CEO Frank Westermann on how his company tries to help make diabetes suck less (and we get Stacey's reaction to that motto).

Want Stacey to speak at your event in 2019? Email stacey@diabetes-connnections.com or connect on any of our social channels.

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2:00 Stacey welcome

3:00 Stacey shares podcast reviews (one is a question about the Facebook group, link below)

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5:00 Scott Johnson interviewed Stacey last week via FB live. You can watch that here or read the transcript! Stacey also shares the story of the first time she met Scott at the Friends for Life conference.

8:20 Interview with Quinn Nystrom

47:30 Interview with Frank Westermann

57:40 Stacey talks about events for next year


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Dec 4, 2018

It's Stacey's family's 12 year diaversary. Benny was diagnosed the first week of December in 2006 just before he turned two. This week, Stacey takes a look back and gives an update on how they're managing now. There are significant changes to share; Benny started an untethered routine about two months ago.

Learn more about untethered here. Also known as POLI (Pumping On Long Acting Insulin) untethered means you take long acting insulin like Tresiba or Lantus once a day but also use the pump. Stacey explains more. 

Also this week, one of the biggest changes in the past 12 years has been the rise of smart devices. Stacey talks about Klue, a new app that can sense when you’re eating and help you with boluses! Check it out and sign up to Beta here. 

This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. 

 
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1:30 Stacey welcome & reads reviews

6:40 Stacey reflects on life in 2006 when Benny was diagnosed

9:40 Diagnosis story

17:00 Big recent changes we've made: switch from Animas to Tslim last year. Got Basal IQ in late August. Started Untethered management in October.

Listen back to our Ten Year episode featuring Stacey's whole family

35:15 Interview with Klue's Katelijn Vleugels

46:20 Some programming notes, two more shows left in 2018 - no show the week of Christmas. Book Stacey for events for 2019 (the calendar is already starting to fill up!) email stacey@diabetes-connections.com 


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