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Inpatient Resources | Coming Soon

We are dedicated to delivering exceptional patient care that extends far beyond the confines of our facilities. Recognizing that patients are initially under your care before turning to us we are committed to providing you with the tools and resources needed right from the moment of diagnosis. Our objective is to facilitate a smooth transition from inpatient to outpatient care.


At EDC, we are actively developing a video-module based curriculum designed specifically for the unique needs of inpatient facilities. This resource will prove invaluable during a patient's admission, ensuring they receive comprehensive education and support. Even after discharge, our doors remain wide open to any patient desiring to utilize EDC for medical management and education.


Our overarching goal is to serve patients, parents, and healthcare providers alike. We extend an invitation to collaborate, offering your facility the essential resources it needs.  This collaboration strives to empower patients for a successful transition from hospital care to self-management of their diabetes, thereby minimizing the likelihood of costly readmissions and health complications.. This resource is also designed to be fiscally responsible for both your facility and the patient and aligns with our commitment to excellence as diabetes care and education specialists.



Provide your families with the link below to become a patient of Everyday Diabetes Center.  We will get them registered and handle their medical management, prescriptions and education in person or remotely.  We take most insurances (excluding Medicare).


Click below to create a free account on our learning platform.  Content is a mixture of free and paid.  This link is also appropriate to share with your students and families.  The info on the platform is geared towards patients, parents and providers.

We try our best to ensure that you've got lots of tools in your T1D toolbelt .  The good news is that we're able to email most of them. 
Make sure you're on our list so you don't miss out.  We promise to protect your info and respect your privacy.
  • How this resource will benefit me?
    School nurses have to be familiar with so many issues, diseases, conditions and solutions. Frankly, it's an impossible tasks unless you have the right resources at your disposal. This is that resource. Internet searches don't often yield the answers you're looking for. Social media groups are often biased or uninformed. Conferences don't always address the exact issues that you encounter on a day-to-day basis. This provides all of that and more. And if you still have questions....well, ask for answers and we'll gladly create issue-specific content that you care about.
  • What access will I get?
    T1DR for school nurses is topically based and includes written information, videos, learning modules, badges, access to conferences & opportunities for CE credits. Currently, T1DR is an a la carte style service. Our goal is to eventually provide you with the opportunity at a subscription service that not only gives you full access to the learning content but also to US! Make sure you're on our mailing list and stay tuned for this one.
  • How does T1DR affect my day-to-day?
    Did you ever think that it would be possible to brag about how healthy your kiddos with T1D are? Or maybe how great your relationships with their caregivers are? Not sure how to achieve this? ​ That's where WE come in. We're experts in the diagnosis, medical management and education of patients with Type 1 Diabetes. This resource put the tools we use every day right at YOUR fingertips and puts the heavy lifting on us. ​ This resource will build your confidence in managing Type 1 Diabetes in the school setting as well as providing robust opportunities to address your concerns, comments or questions. You can also refer your students to EDC if they are without appropriate care or to the T1DR learning modules for additional resources. ​ Ultimately, using this resource will allow you to confidently face Type 1 Diabetes on a day-to-day basis.
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