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If you use a CGM, do you currently have an adhesive overpatch on your sensor to help it stick?
When did you bolus for your most recent meal? If you bolused multiple times for your last meal, please select all that apply.
If you have a child with T1D, which of the following people do/did you feel comfortable with babysitting your child? Select all that apply to you.
If you use an insulin pump that comes with a clip, how often do you have your pump clip attached to your pump?
If you or someone in your family has T1D, have other members of your family been screened for T1D autoantibodies? If not, do you think your family would be willing to be screened for T1D autoantibodies?
Have you ever participated in a charity fundraising event that benefitted a diabetes organization (i.e., a walk, marathon, gala, etc.)?
If you use an insulin pump, do you currently have a protective case on your pump or PDM?
Does your T1D health care provider currently offer the option to have virtual appointments (via phone or video call)?
Of the people in your life, who (if anyone) makes you feel judged or criticized for your T1D management (for example, what foods you eat, where or when you check your blood glucose, etc.)? Select all that apply to you.
The last time you discussed adding a new device or medication to your T1D management routine with your health care provider, who initially suggested trying the new device or medication?
When you’re in a group setting, like having lunch with coworkers or at a gathering with friends/family, how often do you feel you are judged or criticized for your food choices because of your T1D? Please feel free to share more details of your experiences in the comments.
On average, how many adjustment boluses would you estimate you manually give yourself in a day? For the purposes of this question, these “adjustment boluses” do not include insulin automatically dosed by an algorithm without user input, and exclude doses given when also bolusing for food.
Does your health insurance offer benefits or cover services that adequately meet your needs?
Has a stranger ever approached you to talk about your visible diabetes device(s)?