Posts tagged: Juvenile/Childhood Diabetes
Fun Alternative Easter Basket and Easter Egg Treats for Children with Food Allergies or Diabetes That Wear Medical ID BraceletsIf your child has food allergies or diabetes, we know that putting together Easter baskets and Easter egg hunts requires some creative thinking because your child may not be able to tolerate the traditionally high-sugar and often-times allergy filled treats that accompany Easter time. Many parents opt to find a variety of options besides chocolate and sugar candy to make the Easter holiday fun for their children despite being deprived of the sugary-treats. With the holiday just around the corner and a large selection of our Children’s medical ID Bracelets on sale, we thought we’d share some fun and affordable alternatives to stuff Easter baskets and eggs. We have many of our popular “Ultra-Light & Nylon” children’s bracelets on sale. Normally $15.50, our special March pricing is $7.50. These bracelets, for boys and girls, are perfect for everyday wear. They are made of nylon webbing and adjustable with a plastic center push buckle. They also come with the children's “Slider” medical ID tag. Here's a quick look at some of our Children's bracelet's on sale The “Like” Children’s Medical ID BraceletPurchase the "Like" bracelet here “Beating Heart” Children’s Medical BraceletPurchase the Beating Heart Bracelet, here “Catch A Wave” Children's ID BraceletsPurchase "Catch a Wave" bracelet, here “Butterfly Kids” Children’s Medical BraceletPurchase "Butterfly" Bracelet, here “Angel” Children’s Medical BraceletPurchase"Angel" Bracelet, here Does your child already have an N-Style children's "Slider" medical id tag? If so, check out our huge selection of affordable interchangeable children's medical bracelets without ID tags. At just $5.95 each they are a perfect treat for Easter Baskets 7 egg hunts. What kid wouldn't love having a bunch of different bracelets for each day of the week? View all Interchangeable Children's Bands, here.Continue reading...
Category: Allergies, Medical Alert Jewelry, Diabetes Tagged: medical id bracelets, Medical Alert Jewelry, Diabetes, Juvenile/Childhood Diabetes, First Responders, chilren's medical ID jewelry, Easter Egg Hunt, World Autism Awareness Day, Light it Up Blue
Juvenile Diabetes directly affecting our family was the driving force behind starting a company focused on fun, fashion-focused medical alert jewelry for children and adults. At N-Style ID, we take the American Diabetes Month seriously and our grateful for an organization that drives so much awareness to the cause of ending Diabetes in America. For November 2012, there are a variety of nationwide events and programs planned to support the cause of Diabetes. You can also check your local diabetes organization to find out about events close to home. To kick-off the month, we’d like to provide an overview of the major events and programs included in the Month’s activities. From a national Diabetes Awareness Month program view, the American Diabetes Association will be launching an interactive campaign in partnership with the Awareness month’s title sponsor CVS Pharmacies. The program theme is “A Day in The Life of Diabetes” and is intended “to demonstrate the increasing impact diabetes has on our families and communities nationwide.” - ADA The campaign is centered on social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. Per the ADA, “The campaign is a call to action for individuals to take a public stand, via our social media channels…. to support the movement to Stop Diabetes®.” From October through November, the American Diabetes Association will encourage people to share photographs or imagery on the ADA Facebook or Twitter accounts to illustrate what “A Day in the Life of Diabetes” means to them and how Diabetes impacts their lives. The beautiful part of this social media campaign is that all of the imagery posted will be woven into a spectacular “mosaic” representing people across the country living with or affected by diabetes in their lives and casting light on the inter-connectedness of this disease in people’s lives. To get people to participate in the program, CVS will be donating $1.00 for every image shared on Facebook or Twitter. To share you experience and learn more about the program go to: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanDiabetesAssociation Along with the social media ADA programs, here are some annual events and programs to participate in: STEP OUT Walk to Stop Diabetes http://stepout.diabetes.org/ Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes is the signature nationwide fundraising walk of the American Diabetes Association. 20 years strong, this event has raised more than $150,000,000 to Stop Diabetes. Be T1D for a Day For November 2012, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will launch a campaign designed to illustrate and raise awareness for what people with Type 1 Diabetes experience on a daily, hourly basis. The campaign is done via text messaging. Participants will receive text messages hourly throughout the day that “simulate the constant blood sugar testing, insulin injections, and dietary decisions that confront people with T1D.” Learn more about this program: http://www.jdrf.org/index.cfm?page_id=117942 Become a Diabetes Advocate American Diabetes Month is a great time to become an advocate for diabetes. ADA Advocates are a critical part of the overall American Diabetes Ass goal of increasing funding for research, stopping discrimination in schools and at work, and improved access to health care among other things. Learn more about becoming an advocate at: http://www.diabetes.org/advocate/ The Safe at School Campaign The Safe at School Campaign’s mission is to promote safety and fairness for children with diabetes and is dedicated to “making sure all children with diabetes are medically safe at school and have the same educational opportunities as their classmates.” This campaign relies heavily on the support and donations of others. To learn more about his awesome program and make a November donation, visit: http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/parents-and-kids/diabetes-care-at-school/ Tour De Cure The final stop for the 2012 Tour De Cure will take place in Santa Barbara, CA on 11/10/11. The Tour De Cure is a series of diabetes awareness fundraising cycling event with participates riding for themselves, friends or families. Visit the Tour De Cure website for information the Santa Barbara tour and 2013 Tour dates. http://tour.diabetes.org/ The Risk Test November is the time to take The Risk Test for Type 2 Diabetes and learn whether you are at risk for getting Type 2 Diabetes. This is a free test and it could be the most important test of your life. Go to http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/prevention/diabetes-risk-test/ Continue reading...
Category: National Awareness Month, Diabetes Tagged: Diabetes, American Diabetes Month, American Diabetes Association, Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes, Diabetes Advocate, Juvenile/Childhood Diabetes, First Responders, Special Medical Condition