Diabetes Resource Round-Up
With one in ten Americans living with type 1 or type 2 diabetes and more than 88 million adults living with prediabetes, many more people have a connection to diabetes than it may seem. And whether you are living with diabetes yourself or care about someone who is, or if you simply want to know more about diabetes prevention, there’s no shortage of information to learn or actions to take. Thankfully, there are a variety of resources that can help, from online support groups and events to diabetes education programs and advocacy materials. Explore our diabetes resource round-up below to get started.
Leading diabetes organizations
The American Diabetes Association
With a mission of improving the lives of everyone affected by diabetes, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) is a comprehensive hub for diabetes research, education, advocacy, and support. The national organization also has local offices throughout the U.S. where you can learn about community resources and events.
Beyond Type 1 and Beyond Type 2
Beyond Type 1 and Beyond Type 2 are global online communities for individuals living with diabetes, powered by a nonprofit organization (also named Beyond Type 1) that funds a variety of diabetes research and projects.
Focusing on type 1 diabetes, JDRF is a leader in research and advocacy and a destination for type 1 diabetes support and community. Like the ADA, JDRF has many chapters across the U.S. that offer opportunities to connect locally with those affected by type 1 diabetes.
Taking Control of Your Diabetes
Founded by an endocrinologist living with type 1 diabetes himself, Taking Control of Your Diabetes is a resource hub for individuals and families affected by diabetes as well as medical professionals seeking to stay informed of the latest developments in diabetes care.
Diabetes resources by topic
- ADA advocacy hub
- ADA diabetes advocate sign-up
- ADA engagement platform, with opportunities to take action and raise awareness
- Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists (ADCES) legislative action center
- JDRF advocacy hub
- JDRF advocate sign-up
Community and events
- ADA event calendar
- ADA local chapters
- Beyond Type 1 online community and app
- Beyond Type 2 online community and app
- Beyond Type 1 community table, a monthly conversation series
- JDRF virtual event calendar
- JDRF online community forum
- JDRF outreach volunteers
- JDRF local chapters
Diabetes education programs
- Getinsulin.org, an insulin access resource
- Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Program
- Lilly Cares Foundation Patient Assistance Program
- Novo Nordisk Diabetes Patient Assistance Program
- Sanofi Patient Assistance Program
- State-based patient assistance programs
- ADA health insurance guide
- Getinsulin.org U.S. healthcare glossary
- JDRF type 1 diabetes health insurance guide
- CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program
- ADA type 2 diabetes risk test
- Project Power, the ADA’s free virtual after-school diabetes prevention program for children
Programming for children with diabetes
- ADA summer camps and year-round programming for children with diabetes
School and diabetes
- ADA resources on school safety and diabetes
- Beyond Type 1 school resources
- JDRF school resources
- JDRF back to school checklist
Alto Pharmacy diabetes content library
With a dedicated diabetes support team, Alto has deep expertise in diabetes management. Our extensive library of diabetes-focused content offers the information you need to manage the condition and live an active life. Here are a few of our top reads:
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Reach out any time through in-app secure messaging or by phone at 1-800-874-5881 to learn how Alto can be a partner in your diabetes care.
This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or another qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.