Here's your chance to make your views and experiences known. Each week we run a new poll. Your vote is added to the results immediately, so everyone knows the current voting results. All responses are completely anonymous. Only your vote is recorded.
This Week's Poll
Where does your child perform blood glucose checks while at school?
My child checks in the classroom, and the school is very supportive.
My child checks in the classroom, but the school is not very supportive.
My child checks in the clinic or nurse's office, because that's what we prefer.
My child checks in the clinic or nurse's office, because checking in the classroom is not allowed.
My child checks in the office. We don't have a clinic or nurses office.
My child is not allowed to check at school.
Does your insurance company let you choose which diabetes care devices, such as insulin pumps, CGM systems, and meters, to use?
44 votes from October 3 - 10, 2018
If you could use only one device, would it be an insulin pump or a CGM?
36 votes from September 26 - October 3, 2018
What insulin regimen do you or your child use most often?
30 votes from September 19 - 26, 2018
For pumpers, how did you choose the pump you or your child is using?
20 votes from September 12 - 19, 2018
Were you aware that, in most states, you can get R and NPH insulin over the counter (or without a prescription)?
22 votes from September 5 - 12, 2018
Do you or your child use a continuous glucose monitor?
40 votes from August 29 - September 5, 2018
Do you use as much insulin as you and your diabetes care team want you to use?
17 votes from August 22 - 29, 2018
Have you ever been forced to change the insulin you use by your insurance company?
15 votes from August 15 - 22, 2018
For teens and adults with diabetes: How often do you check your blood sugar before you drive?
13 votes from August 8 - 15, 2018
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