I'm Natalie, the Transition Project Coordinator. Some of you may have met me over the last couple of years at a transition event or at one of your clinic appointments. I live with type 1 diabetes and it has been great getting to work in a position that aims to improve the lives of others living with type 1 diabetes.
This page was created to help me stay in touch with those of you who would like to be informed of upcoming transition events, get transition tips, and be updated on things going on diabetes related in your communities!
Please feel free to reach out to me through this page, by text (902) 223-0067, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by phone call (902) 473-3208 with any questions or concerns! :)
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Branded "Moving on...with Diabetes," the DCPNS transition initiative (started in 2006) has seen the development of resources for providers as well as patients and their families to prepare, plan for, and support successful transition to adult care.
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