DYF Campers! Stay In Touch with Gluco-Share and You Could Win an iPod Touch!
DYF Campers can stay connected with the new FREE app: Gluco-Share.
And as a “thank you”, each DYF member who downloadsthe free app for their iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad and registerswill be entered in our contest where three lucky members will win a free iPod Touch.
Gluco-Share is designed for logging in your blood glucose and meds – date and time are automatically registered. What makes Gluco-Share unique is that you can share your readings with friends and family! You control who and what information is shared. Gluco-Share also has a text messaging feature so you can chat with pals and play cool games. You’ll have your own private and secure social network!
To download the free Gluco-Share app, go to the App Store:
Bearskin Meadow Camp, BMC, is one of the oldest and largest wilderness resident camps for children, teens and families affected by diabetes. Located in the Sequoia National Forest, BMC is 65 miles east of Fresno, California at an elevation of 5800 feet. Campers and families come to camp from all over California, the United States, and the world.
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But until now, Bearskin has never had a simple, effective way to communicate the essence of what happens at one of its family camps, which are attended by children and their parents. So Kikim Media was asked to produce a video that introduced Bearskin Meadow to parents who were considering attending the camp with their children, and told the story of the transformative impact it can have.
Celebrating its 73rd season of camp, BMC was founded with the philosophy that children and teens with diabetes can do anything other kids can do, including experience summer camp adventures. Diabetes is a condition that affects the whole family, including siblings and parents, too. From June to August each summer, Bearskin Meadow offers a number of different specialty programs to choose from including: kids camp; teen camp; family camps; and leaders-in-training programs. Bearskin Meadow gives campers and parents a uniquely supportive community of peers and adults who truly understand the day to day challenges of living with diabetes. Bearskin Meadow is run by the Diabetic Youth Foundation.
For more information, please call our office at 925-680-4994 or email at email@example.com.
Bearskin Meadow Camp supports youth with type 1 diabetes. A group of these campers and counselors climbed Mt Whitney, the highest mountain in the lower 48 states. This program is designed for teens ages 15 to 17 who want to be physically.