Best Diabetes Books to Read This Summer
We love to read, and we especially try to catch up on our reading list in the summer.
In our next few posts, we will share some of the best diabetes books to devour by the pool, on vacation or when just hanging out at home. Having read them ourselves, we strongly recommend the value they will add to your life.
A Type 1 Diabetes Guide to the Universe – Joe Solowiejczyk
Our first featured book is A Type 1 Diabetes Guide to the Universe. This is a fantastic eBook was created by Joe Solowiejczyk, RN MSW CDE, diabetes nurse educator and family therapist.
In addition to Joe’s qualifications, he has a very deep understanding of Type 1 Diabetes as he himself has lived with it for 50 years, and has been a diabetes healthcare professional for over 35 years!
A Type 1 Diabetes Guide to the Universe is the first book to integrate the psychological and emotional aspects of dealing with diabetes into the core of its approach. It is filled with practical advice and suggestions on how to successfully integrate coping and diabetes management into your daily lives.
It also makes use of the most current and creative e-publishing tools available to give you a rich resource to read, interact with and hear all sorts of information that will help you and your family.
Joe is also the founder of A Mile In My Shoes, which was created to ensure that people and families living with diabetes worldwide would have access to the most practical and up-to-date information needed to manage living with diabetes AND thrive while doing so.
We have had the privilege of meeting Joe and attending some of his presentations. His insight, knowledge and experience are like no other.
We love this book for many reasons and the way it addresses the psychological and emotional challenges is quite unique and beyond compare.
What are the best diabetes books you’ve read? Let us know your recommendations in the comments below!
5 Essentials for Managing Type 1 Diabetes at School
Relieve some of the anxiety you feel whenever your child with Type 1 Diabetes heads to school for the day.
You'll find tips on educating the teacher and nurse, making emergency snack boxes, traveling on the school bus and more.