Upcoming Events

Check out the upcoming diabetes-related events in the area and see our class offerings taught by our team of diabetes educators. Descriptions and registration links for upcoming events are listed below.

Diabetes Education Classes

All classes are held in the Pediatric Diabetes Education classrooms (Taubman Center Rm. 2386 & 2387). 

Check the Clinical Programs page for a list of classes and descriptions.

Camp Midicha 2020 Registration Open

The home of the ADA's Camp Midicha is the YMCA's Camp Copneconic located in Fenton, just south of Flint, Michigan. Camp Midicha staff, from the directors and administrators to the counselors, specialists and support staff, work hard to make sure your child has fun in a safe environment. Registration for 2020 session is now open!

Midicha Resident Session One
June 14 - June 19, 2020
A traditional summer camp experience at our partner facility YMCA Camp Copneconic.
Age Range: 8 – 17 Years

Midicha Resident Session Two
June 21 - June 26, 2020
A traditional summer camp experience at our partner facility YMCA Camp Copneconic.
Age Range: 8 – 17 Years

Explorers' Day Camp
June 22 - June 26, 2020
Campers will be picked up and dropped off daily. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Siblings or non-diabetic friends are welcome to sign up if they also fall within the day camp age range.
Age Range: 5 - 8 years

Please take our Shuttle Survey if you are interested in a shuttle that will drop off and pick up kids from Day Camp to a designated drop point!

 

Check out cost information and register on Camp Midicha's website. Please direct all questions to campmidicha@diabetes.org. Learn more about the camp experience on our All About Camp page.

DYS Hot Shots Camp

Connect Winter Retreat – March 20-22, 2020 – Widewater – Liberty Center, OH
Big Shots Camp – June 22-27, 2020- Recreation Unlimited – Ashley, OH
Middle Shots Camp – June 20-22, 2020 – Recreation Unlimited – Ashley, OH
Little Shots Camp – July 13-16, 2020 – Olander Park – Sylvania, OH

From Diabetes Youth Services:

"Camp is all about firsts!  We take every opportunity to encourage the kids to try new ways to manage their diabetes. Campers experience a wide variety of fun firsts outside of their diabetes as well –  first time staying away from home, climbing the alpine tower, archery, or fishing.  They will have a blast enjoying all the fun activities camp has to offer and learn strategies for managing diabetes.

DYS has a long history of campers making friends to whom they can relate. Every child with diabetes has felt alone at some point, but camp is a unique place where they know that they are never alone.

 

At Hot Shots Camp your child will learn skills, form friendships, and make memories they will cherish for a lifetime!"

Register at the DYS website.

JDRF TypeOneNation Summit 2020

May 16th, 2020

Wayne County Community College District- Ted Scott Campus
9555 Haggerty Rd, Belleville, MI 48111

8:30 AM - 2:00 PM

The JDRF Metro Detroit & Southeast Michigan TypeOneNation Summit is the largest one-day educational and networking event of its kind in the country. Developed by a committee of leading endocrinologists and diabetes educators, this one-day, free of charge event is designed for all persons affected by type 1 diabetes (T1D), their care providers (family and friends) and the medical care community. Join JDRF for a day of education, information and inspiration: you will hear from renowned scientists and medical experts on leading-edge research updates and the latest treatment advances. You will be able to visit with our industry partners to see the most up-to-date technology and tools dedicated to helping people live better, healthier lives with diabetes. TrialNet on-site health screening and JDRF Youth Programs are also included in the day’s activities.

This event is free and open to anyone impacted by T1D. 

Registration is free and required to attend. Click here to register.

MSU Extension Programs

The Michigan State University Extension offers in-person activities on topics including parenting, money matters, health, and more. Visit the MSU Extension website and enter your county to discover programs, workshops, and webinars available in your area!

U-M KidSport Clinics

The U-M School of Kinesiology's KidSport Clinics program (formerly U-Meet the Athlete) is excited to again partner with University of Michigan Athletics. KidSport Clinics and U-M varsity student-athletes will host a variety of sport clinics for children grades K-8. The goal is to have fun while stressing the importance of mastering sport-specific fundamentals, doing well in school, and living a healthy lifestyle. All proceeds go to the Jeff Reese KidSport Scholarship Fund, which provides scholarships for kids who qualify to attend U-M's KidSport Summer Camp.

Registration & Payment
Register online at um-kcp.eventbrite.com for all KidSport Clinics. (We will no longer be accepting registration via mail or in person.) Accepted forms of payment are Visa, MasterCard or Discover.
 

Questions? Email Beth Lee at bethlee@umich.edu.

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