In honor of jrtpup: do something good for yourself, and for the TuDiabetes community

We all know that two of jrtpup's MANY passions were this community, and helping people improve their diabetes management. She was a dedicated fundraiser for us, and helped innumerable members improve their BG numbers.

In honor of pup, Integrated Diabetes Services has offered to give a $35 donation to TuDiabetes for every member who accesses their services. I feel certain that pup would be thrilled about this! We have done several live interviews with the founder of IDS, Gary Scheiner, which you can view here.

Integrated Diabetes Services is the worldwide leader in one-on-one consulting for people who use insulin. Diabetes "coaching" services are available in-person and remotely via phone and the internet forchildren and adults with type-1 diabetes. We also offer specialized services for insulin pump and continuous glucose monitor users, athletes with diabetes, pregnancy/type-1 diabetes, and those with type-2 diabeteswho require insulin.

Led by AADE’s 2014 Diabetes Educator of the Year Gary Scheiner, our team of highly-committed Certified Diabetes Educators (all of whom have type-1 diabetes) focuses on improving blood sugar control, teaching advanced self-management skills, and working with you to reach your individual goals.

If you're ready to take your diabetes management to the next level, we provide the care, attention and expertise you've been looking for!

Details about our in-office and remote consultation services can be found here.

For more information or to schedule an appointment:
Call (in the US): (877) 735-3648
(Outside the US): +1 (610) 642-6055

If you access their services please let them know that you are a member of TuDiabetes and would like your patronage to generate a donation in Barbara Bancroft's name. I myself will be working with IDS for a much-needed diabetes tune-up, and blogging about the experience here on TuD.

I'm not on insulin, Emily. What does "access their services" mean, exactly? I will undoubtedly be on insulin in the future. Can I "access their services" with some kind of generic inquiries about the future?.....xx000