Pediatric diabetes

Pediatric Type 1 diabetes resources

UW Health diabetes specialists provide services and care for young patients with Type 1 diabetes. Our experts offer diabetes education, counseling and treatment, including the genetics of diabetes.

Please Note: UW Health patients with diabetes - if able, please bring your diabetes supplies with you if you need to come to the hospital. This includes your home glucose meter and testing supplies, continuous glucose monitoring systems and/or your insulin pump and supplies.

Newly diagnosed

If you or your child has a new diabetes diagnosis, it can be overwhelming. Find information and links to resources to learn more about living well with diabetes. Learn about resources for new diabetes patients and families

Your questions answered

Where can you get more glucagon? Wondering how to contact the manufacturer of your glucose monitor? Interested in finding a summer camp for kids with diabetes? Find answers to your questions

Diabetes technology

There are many tools that can help make carbohydrate counting and insulin calculations easier tasks. See our technology resources

Resources and handouts

There are a lot of resources to support patient and families with things like navigating school when you have diabetes, ways to stay healthy when you're an athlete, helping with injections. View a collection of helpful resources and handouts

Financial resources

Find links to insulin savings programs and other financial resources on our page Pediatric diabetes management resource programs.

Well-being resources

From your physical health to your mental health, find resources and tools to help you care for yourself on our page Resources for your well being.