Public Accommodations and Government Programs

Public Accomodations

People with diabetes often wonder whether they will be able to bring diabetes supplies into places like theaters, stadiums, and court houses, take their supplies through airport security, or fully participate in private and government programs, including camps and daycare. People with diabetes have the right to participate fully in our society without sacrificing their medical safety or facing discrimination because of misunderstandings, fears, and stereotypes about diabetes.

If you were affected by Hurricane Harvey and are experiencing discrimination in shelters or difficulty accessing your medications, contact us at 1-800-DIABETES.

Air Travel and Diabetes

Travel tips developed by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in conjunction with the Association.

Daycare, Camps, and Recreational Programs

Understand the legal protections available to you so you can be an effective advocate for your child.

Fact Sheet: Diabetes, Discrimination, and Public Places and Government Programs

Explains what laws may protect you, where you are protected, and what steps you can take if you encounter discrimination.

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