T.A.P (Teen Advocacy / Awareness Program) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 03 May 2012 00:07

Our T.A.P watching the younger children!

T.A.P is a program for teens. The point of this program is to advocate and spread awareness about Type 1 Diabetes. For our teens first mission they made a YouTube video. Follow this link to watch our very first video! We will be adding  new video's . Below are some things our T.A.P does.

  • Write Letters
  • Video Chat with successful diabetics all around the world
  • Help spread Awareness
  • Share their personal stories
  • Make YouTube Videos and Much more!

Here are some blogs our T.A.P enjoys:

Kayla's Life Notes

The Princess and the Pump

Captain Glucose and Meter Boy

Blue Heel Society

Links to our T.A.P Videos are below,





This program is to help teens through the tough struggles with T1D and give them other teens to talk to. T.A.P has created many friendships. We believe that T.A.P is a way to help kids express themselves and share their stories. When children/ teens are first diagnosed with T1D it can be very hard for them to get used to all the changes. Like checking their sugar, taking shots, measuring food, and much more! T.A.P is trying to reach out and tell people how this may have changed not only their lifes but their families lifes as well. For more information on how you can become part of T.A.P please contact Sandi at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Thank you!


Last Updated on Friday, 26 October 2012 00:25