Asociación para el Cuidado de la Diabetes en Argentina - CUI.D.AR

Address :
Alem 30 San Isidro
1642 Buenos Aires
Argentina
Telephone number :
+54-1147329000
Email :
cuidar@cuidar.org
Website :
http://www.cuidar.org
Facebook :
https://facebook.com/cuidardiabetes
Twitter :
https://twitter.com/cuidardiabetes
Founded in :
2001
Member of IDF since :
2013
Number of members :
565

Communication channels

Instagram account

YouTube account

Diabetes and COVID-19 website

About

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Asociación para el Cuidado de la Diabetes en Argentina CUI.D.AR is a nonprofit organization that works for children and young people with type 1 diabetes developing educational and informational activities of support for both the person living with diabetes, and their family, school and social environment.

CUI.D.AR does not provide direct medical care, but their intervention affects the quality of treatment, education, better access to better care and general welfare of the person with this chronic condition, their family and environment. CUI.D.AR also creates social awareness of the condition and works strongly on advocacy, defending rights and incidence in public policies.

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Main focus

CUI.D.AR's main focus is to minimize the impact of diabetes on the lives of people living with this condition and to improve their quality of life.

At a global level, CUI.D.AR also has three representatives within the “Young Leaders in Diabetes” Program of IDF and our director and founder is a Member of the Blue Circle Voices (BCV), an IDF network that acts as a global voice for people living with diabetes.

Activities

  • Education, prevention and health promotion programmes
  • Advocacy
  • Incidence in Public Policies
  • Physical, sport and recreation programmes
  • Counseling and support programmes
  • Legal assistance programmes
  • Social assistance programmes
  • Communication and awareness programmes
  • Research study
  • Awareness campaigns
  • Creative expression spaces for children and adolescents
Other programmes:

- Diabetes Goes to School: a programme that attempts to train teachers and staff so they can have good information about the condition and can react to specific situations that a child or adolescent may experience at school. 

- Protocol of Care: a platform that aims to provide all children and young people living with type 1 diabetes a safe school environment.

- CUI.D.AR’s Young Leaders in Diabetes: an apprenticeship, training and coaching programme in areas related to leadership, diabetes care, career and professional development, for young people living with type 1 diabetes.

- To School with my Friend with Diabetes: a programme for classmates of children with diabetes from 5 to 12 years old, provided by the CUI.D.AR's Young Leaders in Diabetes who also live with type 1 diabetes.

- Together and Connected: online meetings led by CUI.D.AR Young Leaders in Diabetes where children, teens and youth with diabetes from all over our country talk, play, have fun, debate and learn with other type 1 people living with diabetes like them.

- World Diabetes Day: every year CUI.D.AR marks the World Diabetes Day campaign with an event of great impact in support of the IDF's global campaign, which makes it CUI.D.AR's most important and significant action of the year. It's objective is to create social awareness and highlight the needs of people living with diabetes.

Publications & Newsletters

  • Diabetes News Newsletters

Message from the President

Mr Santiago Valcarenghi: "My name is Santiago Valcarenghi and I am currently the President of CUI.D.AR. It is certainly an honour for CUI.D.AR to join the International Diabetes Federation in the incredible work they do in support of people with diabetes around the world. We dream of a world without diabetes, but while this does not happen, we hope to help raise the voice of people living with this chronic condition, particularly children and young people in order to achieve a healthy, full and happy life.".

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