Insulet is Making Managing Diabetes a Smaller Part of Life
Life with diabetes can be incredibly challenging. At Insulet, we’re not only developing innovative technology for people with diabetes; we are also engaged members of the diabetes community. We are dedicated to enhancing awareness of the physical and psychological aspects of diabetes and improving access to care.
We collaborate closely with a variety of organizations and individuals within the diabetes community who share our mission to make diabetes a smaller part of life. The following organizations work to raise awareness and improve access to care for your diabetes, in addition to providing resources that help you learn how to better care for yourself, connect with other people, and stay informed.
Photo credit to Lindsey Freitas and Beyond Type 1
Professional Medical Association and Non-Profit Organization Partners
We partner with a number of professional associations, non-profit organizations and advocacy groups to further diabetes research, education, and awareness.
Our partnerships include:
Advocacy Initiatives and Event Sponsorships
Beyond our partnerships, we also collaborate on advocacy initiatives and fundraising events across Canada.
The largest Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) event in the world, the JDRF Walk is a fun, family-friendly event where walkers, volunteers, and sponsors raise money to make living with Type 1 Diabetes safer and to accelerate breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications. Insulet is proud to be a National Sponsor for the Walk series and be present with our local teams across Canada.
Riding on Insulin:
Riding On Insulin empowers and connects the global diabetes community through action sports and shared experiences. We are a long-term corporate sponsor and exhibitor at this organization’s camps across the United States.
Connected In Motion
Connected in Motion is an organization of people lining with Type 1 diabetes who share a vision: to create a culture of support and engagement in diabetes self-management through peer-based experiential diabetes education, sport, and outdoor adventure.
Diabetes Educational Tools and Video Tutorials:
Beyond training our Podders™ how to use the Omnipod® System, our resource guides, training videos, and blog are full of helpful resources for the diabetes community. Many posts are written by Certified Diabetes Educators (CDEs) and current users of the Omnipod® System who aim to tackle frequently asked questions and share their experiences with diabetes.