We offer online video classes, created for people living with diabetes and caregivers of T1D’s at all ages and levels of experience.
Here, we offer online video classes, created for people living with diabetes and caregivers of T1D’s at all ages and levels of experience.
All of our classes are taught by our founder, Lauren Bongiorno, developed in collaboration with our Medical Advisory Board, and include downloadable guides with lifetime access.
Each class is delivered digitally and packed with valuable resources, sustainable strategies, and flexible tools that will be transformational. The lessons are relevant to anyone living with diabetes, or caring for someone who is, no matter how recently you were diagnosed or how experienced you might be.
There is something here for everyone.
→ Instant access to your class of choice
→ Lifetime access to the 3 videos within the class
→ Applicable homework in each lesson and practical next steps to take with you
→ Instant access to our entire Cornerstone Class Catalogue
→ Lifetime access to the Cornerstone Class Catalogue, including new classes as they are added
→ A comprehensive resource library for bridging the gaps in multiple areas of T1D knowledge
→ Lowest price the all access pass will ever be
→ Instant access to a curated series of 3 related classes
→ Lifetime access to the 3 videos within the series
→ A unique, in-depth learning experience designed to support you in the multifaceted experience of living with T1D
Most people living with T1D know that carbs impact their blood sugars. This class goes beyond the carbs to explain how other aspects of nutrition affect blood sugar management and helps you understand how you can eat a variety of foods with effective strategizing. You’ll expand your knowledge of nutrition and learn how you can eat a variety of foods with effective strategizing.
Whether you’re always stopping to treat a low or spiking high after your workouts, it can be frustrating to feel like diabetes is getting in the way of your activity. This class is all about how to stay in range before, during, and after exercise. You’ll learn what factors to look out for, how to plan based on timing and type of activity, and how to strategize for your particular challenge while keeping your blood sugars in check.
While some parts of diabetes management are tangible, like counting carbs and dosing insulin, there is a big behind-the-scenes player that is important to understand as well. This class covers stress hormones and how they impact blood sugars. Plus, we brainstorm ways to reduce stress to improve insulin sensitivity and overall well-being on a daily basis.
Being able to identify your blood sugar patterns is a critical skill for living with more ease and less frustration. This class walks you through how to identify your body’s unique patterns and understand what factors are driving your blood sugars up or down. Then we help you start using your observations to make small changes that will have a huge impact.
Making space for your mental and emotional health as a person with type 1 diabetes is crucial. By being here, you are doing a great job showing up for yourself. In this class, we dive into burnout: what it is, how it shows up, where it comes from, and how to nurture this part of your journey. This class is about being vulnerable, meeting yourself where you are, and knowing this is a safe space to connect with people who truly get it.
Acceptance of T1D is an important part of mental and emotional health. This class guides you through four different phases of acceptance to help you feel more connected to your diabetes. You will learn to meet yourself where you are in this moment, lean into the grief and shame that often come with diabetes, discover ownership of your health, and integrate diabetes into your life sustainably.
In this class we break down the basics of your rates and ratios and examine the pros and cons of pumps, pens, and shots. We discuss the importance of taking ownership of your management and learning about the specifics of insulin so you can advocate for yourself with your doctor.
This is not your typical health class! Did you know that understanding your hormonal fluctuations throughout your cycle can help you manage your blood sugars throughout the entire month? For many people, this is the missing piece in truly getting to know your body’s patterns. In this class, we focus on how hormone changes impact insulin sensitivity and what you can do to sync your diabetes management with your menstrual cycle.
We’re taught the most about how food and how exercise impact T1D, but what about sleep? Whether your sleep is often interrupted by CGM low alarms throughout the night or you’re waking up in the morning to a high blood sugar, what happens while we are in bed is just as important to understand as the rest of our day. This class is all about how to stay in range overnight so that you can improve your quality of rest AND what your trends throughout the day are telling you about your sleep. You’ll learn what factors impact your blood sugar overnight and how to strategize for better sleep.
As people living with T1D, there is a necessary level of acceptance that it’s not going to be easy to have the same relationship with food as someone without diabetes. AND, that doesn’t mean food has to consume you. This class goes deep into how diabetes impacts your relationship with food and it also helps you tune into other pieces that are beneath the surface. Once we are aware of the emotions reflected in the way we approach food, we can begin to fulfill our needs in different ways, get off the pendulum of extremes, build trust with ourselves, and develop a philosophy around food that serves our health and our values.
So, you feel pretty good about managing your diabetes during your typical day to day life. But when it comes to vacation, holidays, a new job, illness, or grief, it feels like it’s a diabetes free-for-all. This class is all about how to navigate T1D when your life takes you outside of your normal routine. We break down the essential factors to be aware of and the strategies that will help unfamiliar circumstances feel less daunting. Whether it’s big changes or just the change from weekday to weekend, this class will have you feeling confident with spontaneity and the unexpected.
Starting with a strong foundation is the only way to keep growing and building higher. This series was designed for those who are newly diagnosed and those who are looking to enhance their foundational knowledge of T1D basics. From mindset and acceptance, to understanding insulin, and recognizing your blood sugar patterns, together the classes in this series build the groundwork for T1D success. Consider this series as a great starting point and the basis from which our other classes expand.Learn more
Because T1D is just as mental and emotional as it is physical, this series was created to support your mind. The constant demands of T1D can be exhausting, so it's as essential to address mental health and mindset as it is to focus on blood sugar and A1C goals. T1D burnout, acceptance, and relationship with food are often linked together and this series covers all three.Learn more
This series focuses on understanding how insulin works at the cellular level and how to recognize insulin resistance is an important part of taking diabetes management to the next level. Knowing what we can incorporate to increase insulin sensitivity allows us to eat more carbs with fewer spikes and spend more time overall in range.Learn more
Be one of the first 1,000 people to access Lesson 1 of Staying in range and active with T1D for $1.
Each class includes 3 video lessons on a particular topic. Each 25-30 minute class comes with a pdf download that follows the key notes and includes applicable homework and practical next steps to take with you. You have lifetime access to the classes once you purchase.
Yes! You can use your HSA to cover the Cornerstone Classes.
As soon as you purchase the class, you will get a confirmation email with login information to the portal where you can dive right in!
The classes are created for people living with diabetes and caregivers of T1D’s at all ages and levels of experience. Whether you are newly diagnosed, a seasoned T1D, or a parent of a child with T1D, these classes will help you fill the gaps you face as you work to become more confident with diabetes.
All of these classes compliment each other and provide a holistic in-depth learning experience. Picture a scale of 0-10 where 10 means that T1D isn’t a challenge for you at all and 0 is feeling completely overwhelmed by it. If you feel like your relationship to diabetes is at an 8 or below, we recommend getting the All Access pass. The all access pass gives you access to all of the classes (including future ones!) so you can get all of the educational support you need to start feeling more confident. If you’re feeling great about your diabetes and just need support with one thing, we encourage you to find that particular class and start there.