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Care & Education for Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes

When will "new normal" start to feel normal? 

If you or a family member are newly Type 1, if you’ve been told your Type 2 is actually Type 1 or 1.5, or you’re just coming out of the honeymoon, it can feel like chaos. 

Every day is different. The internet is full of information and stories, some helpful, some not. You may or may not have gotten all the information you need when you were diagnosed at the hospital or in the clinic. You're wondering how this is going to fit into your life and all your plans.

The good news is, you can do this.

Type 1 Diabetes Management

Connect from your home over secure video, or come to an office that doesn't feel medical/institutional. There's time for all your questions. We'll focus on what you need to know to get through the coming days and months, and find you the best resources for learning about Type 1 diabetes.


Karen Aitken ARNP, BC-ADM

Type 1 Health Northwest/Karen Aitken ARNP, BC-ADM provides diabetes management and education for adults and children with Type 1 diabetes.

Visits are available in Seattle, WA and via telemedicine throughout Washington State, including Redmond, Bellingham, Olympia and the greater Seattle area.