Northeast Ohioans are increasingly feeling the effects of diabetes as nearly 330,000 people suffer from the disease, and many others may have diabetes and not know it! It is estimated that one out of every three children born after 2000 in the United States will be directly affected by diabetes.
That is why the American Diabetes Association's Northeast Ohio office is so committed to educating the public about how to stop diabetes and support those living with the disease.
We are here to help.
All are welcome! Appetizers/non-alcoholic drinks are provided. Includes $10 Power Card to play games. RSVP by July 25.
Join us for ADA Night at the Mahoning Valley Scrappers game for a night of fun, fireworks and baseball! ONE LUCKY WINNER will get the chance to enjoy the game from the Dawg House.To qualify, reach $250 in personal fundraising by August 3rd! More information coming soon!
Join us at Quaker Station for both a 2 and 4 mile walk throughout downtown Akron and the beautiful Towpath Trail.
Located at the Canfield Fairgrounds, walkers have the option of enjoying a 1.5 or 3 mile walk around the perimeter of the fairgrounds.
NEW THIS YEAR! The Cleveland Step Out is excited to announce this year's walk will take place at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Berea. Walkers will have the option of either a 2 or 4 mile route throughout downtown Berea and the beautiful surrounding Metro Parks.
Safe at School
The American Diabetes Association is the leading advocate for the rights of children and adults with diabetes. Children spend most of their time at school. The Association provides parents with resources and training modules to help them work with their child's school to create a medically safe learning environment for your child.
Victory in Ohio
The American Diabetes Association is pleased to announce the passage of Ohio House Bill 264, a key piece of legislation in the fight to keep children with diabetes medically safe at school. This bill, which was signed in to law by Governor John Kasich, allows school staff to volunteer to be trained to assist children with diabetes with insulin administration and, in an emergency situation, to administer glucagon. In addition, the bill allows children, if they are capable to do so, to self-manage their diabetes while at school. Read the full press release.
It's because of all you do and the money you raise that victories like the passing of House Bill 264 are happening here in Ohio. Northeast Ohio children are now one step closer to being safe at school.
We welcome your help.
Your involvement as an American Diabetes Association volunteer — whether on a local or national level — will help us expand our community outreach and impact, inspire healthy living, intensify our advocacy efforts, raise critical dollars to fund our mission, and uphold our reputation as the moving force and trusted leader in the diabetes community.