Breakout session following the (R)evolution of Diabetes Care session.
March 10, 2018, Greensboro, NC
8:30 am - 3:45 pm
Enjoy a full day of educational and inspirational activities to help you and your loved ones better manage life with type 1 diabetes (T1D).register
8:30am Registration and Continental Breakfast
10:00am The (R)evolution of Diabetes Care
11:00am Advanced Insulin Pump Management
Gary Scheiner MS, CDEBio
Gary Scheiner MS, CDE
Gary Scheiner is owner and Clinical Director of Integrated Diabetes Services, a practice located
just outside of Philadelphia specializing in intensive insulin therapy and advanced education for
children and adults.
Gary has been a Certified Diabetes Educator for 22 years and has had Type-1 diabetes for
33years. Gary was named 2014 Diabetes Educator of the Year by the American Association of
Diabetes Educators. He has written six books, including the best-selling “Think Like A
Pancreas-A Practical Guide to Managing Diabetes With Insulin”. He lectures nationally and
internationally for people with diabetes as well as professionals in the healthcare industry. In
addition to serving on the faculty of Children With Diabetes and the Board of Directors for
JDRF, Gary volunteers for the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes Sisters, and Setebaid
Gary has been happily married for 27 years and has four wonderful kids. A fitness fanatic, he
enjoys playing basketball, running, cycling and cheering on his Philadelphia sports teams.
Founder and host of "Diabetes Connection," an award-winning podcast (diabetes-connections.com)
Manager of Account Management, UnitedHealthcare
DRF National Cycling Coach and PEAK (Performance in Exercise and Knowledge) Coach
Join JDRF’s Piedmont Triad Chapter and a host of T1D experts for a day of education, fellowship, and—most of all—HOPE for individuals and families living with T1D. Participate in sessions geared toward people of all ages and at all stages of their diabetes journey. See the latest in diabetes treatments and technologies at our Health and Wellness Fair.
Younger kids (K-6) will enjoy arts and crafts, the Crumley Roberts Kids Zone, and other camp activities.
Talk to experts about research advances, meet with other attendees to exchange ideas, and participate in discussions important to you.
Register NOW for this wonderful opportunity to gather with the local T1D community. All are welcome to attend: feel free to bring your children, grandparents, coaches, and teachers!
The cost is $10 per person before February 16th, prices increase to $15 per person after that.
Childcare is available (except during lunch) for school-aged children. Kids aged 4 and younger will be admitted free; however, childcare will not be provided.
Don’t let cost keep you from being a part of this special learning opportunity! Through the support of a generous local donor, JDRF is able to offer scholarships to cover the cost of registration, as well as travel and lodging expenses in some cases. Please contact Carlyn Sautter at CSautter@jdrf.org to request a scholarship application.