More About the National Diabetes Awareness Month 2020 and JDRF
- Founded in 1970, JDRF was conceptualized by two moms who wanted to help their children and other TID patients to beat the disease.
- The entire month of November is dedicated to TID. For instance:
- November 1 is observed as T1Day.
- November 14th is observed as the World Diabetes Day.
- Giving Tuesday will be observed on December 01, 2020. The organization encourages its community members to share thoughtful gifts on this day to make lives easier for people with TID.
- The theme for the World Diabetes Day 2020 is the Nurse and Diabetes. Through this, JDRF aims to honor nurses who care for diabetes patients.
- This year, the organization has decided to celebrate the power of its TID community with the much thoughtful “Power of Us” campaign.
- It is encouraging the members of the community to share anecdotes about their challenges and their determination through social media posts throughout the month.
Gain an Overview of Sugar Medical and Diabetes Care
- Sugar Medical was founded by Carolyn Jager in 2009.
- Carolyn Jager was diagnosed with TID at the age of 13 and has known it since the age of 8 when her sister was diagnosed with TID.
- According to her, “Designing stylish, yet functional cases that make life with diabetes a bit easier” is the mission of Sugar Medical.
- Sugar Medical offers a broad selection of diabetes cases and accessories under these categories:
- Sugar Medical has partnered with Insulet Corporation to design supply cases for Omnipod® DASH™ and Omnipod® insulin management systems; and has partnered with Tandem Diabetes for designing Tandem t:slim Gel Skins.
It doesn’t matter, whether you are looking for diabetic supply cases or bags for managing your diabetes supplies or for gifts for “Giving Tuesday” – Sugar Medical has enough to offer. This is the right time to act. A part of your purchase made between November 1 and November 14, 2020 will go to JDRF and Beyond Type 1 to help support education and research for finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes. After all, it is never late to show the world the “Power of Us”.