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CDN Virtual Events

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Catch up on recordings of past events!

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Fall Semester 2020: Preparing for a New Reality
Certified Educational Planner Kristina Dooley from Estrela Consulting discuss the impact COVID- 19 will have for T1D college students this fall. 

View the recording here.

 

Getting the Most Out of Your Fall Semester
David Arnold, AVP for Health, Safety, and Well-Being Initiatives at NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) & Jill Weissberg-Benchell, PhD and Pediatric Psychologist, answer questions about how the college student experience will be impacted because of COVID-19.

View the recording here.

 

Telehealth & COVID-19
Dr. Sarah Corathers, a pediatric endocrinologist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital discusses how important telehealth will be for college students this academic year. 

View the recording here.

 

T1D and Virtual Accommodations
Margaret Camp, Director of Student Accessibility Services at Clemson University, discusses how people living with T1D can manage their accommodations now that classes are virtual. 

View the recording here.

 

Diabetes in College and the Value of CDN
Students from several of our CDN Chapters shared their experiences and answered questions about everything T1D and college.

View the recording here.
 

Preparing for Telehealth Visits
Jennifer Raymond, MD, discusses how to best prepare for a virtual medical visit.

View the recording here.

 

College Admissions - What's Next?
Kristina Dooley from Estrela Consulting discusses college admissions in light of COVID-19.
View the recording here.

 

Advocacy Webinars with NDVLC
Learn how to advocate for yourself as a person living with T1D!

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Fuss Making 102

 

Fall Semester 2020: Preparing for a New Reality
Understand the impact COVID- 19 will have for T1D college students this fall. With so much uncertainty, and a wide variety of learning plans on the horizon, this chat is useful for both high school and college students as they start to navigate higher education planning with a chronic illness during this uncertain time.

View the recording here.