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Trusted Diabetes Caregivers

Trusted Diabetes Caregivers

Trusted Diabetes Caregivers

All For One Cares understands caring for a loved one living with diabetes is a full-time commitment. Our online platform offers a convenient way for families to hire compassionate and affordable caregivers experienced in providing care for children and adults living with diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2).

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Using our online platform, families can find, schedule, and pay diabetes caregivers for their services, such as in-home care for children and adults. Help with diabetes care gives families the freedom to work or take some personal time without concern. Our diabetes caregivers offer a range of services such as Hourly Care, Overnight Care, Diabetes Equipment Support and Custom Services. Support services may include:

Hourly Services

  • Babysitting/Nanny Services

  • After School Care

  • Chaperone Services

  • Sick Days

  • Overnight Care

  • Adult/Senior Care

Diabetes Equipment Support

  • CGM Sensor Replacement

  • Insulin Pod Replacement

  • Infusion Set and Reservoir Change

Custom Services

Have a special request or need?

Diabetes caregivers offer specialized services and can provide assistance on family vacations, extended stays during vacation, and even long-term routine care. Contact a diabetes caregiver today for more information about how they can help!

Caregivers to fit your needs

To help you make an informed hiring decision, we offer a Premium Plan that allows you to view the skill level rating assigned to a caregiver and more. We use our Diabetes Assessment Exam to assign caregivers one of three experience levels so you can find the best type of care for you and your family. Regardless of their level, you can be sure that our caregivers will provide compassionate, high-quality service and are dedicated to caring for children and adults living with diabetes.

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A caregiver with 1-3 years of experience working with people living with diabetes, with a diabetes skill level of “Familiar”.

This is a caregiver experienced with checking blood sugars using a blood glucose meter, knows the signs and symptoms of low and high blood sugar levels and how to respond accordingly. This level is recommended for school age children up to seniors whose blood sugar control is stable with no recent medication dose changes, and/or who may participate in their self-care with assistance.

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A caregiver with a minimum of 3+ years of experience working with people living with diabetes, with a diabetes skill level of “Proficient”.

This is a caregiver with the skills of a Level 1 and experienced administering insulin using an insulin pump, insulin pen or syringe according to prescribed dose. This level is recommended for adults and children who are dependent on a caregiver for all aspects of diabetes care, and/or who are likely to require corrective action for a high or low during the visit.

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A caregiver with a minimum of 3+ years of experience working with people living with diabetes, with a skill level of “ Highly Proficient”.

This is a caregiver with the skills of a Level 2 and possesses the comprehensive knowledge of and experience in diabetes management gained through personal life experience and/or as a health professional. This level is recommended for people who have a special health or emotional need in addition to diabetes, those who have been recently diagnosed or people using technology new to them such as a new insulin pump.

Join us , All for One Cares, at the DFC’s first camp to community event on March 23rd at Lenoir-Rhyne University! This is a one-day event that provides children aged 5-14 living with type one diabetes and their family members with fun, laughter, education and community connection through recreational based programming supported by diabetes care professionals! Register at https://www.thedfc.org/camp-to-community

YES, diabetes care IS reimbursable

Step 1: Ask your caregiver for a service receipt.

Step 2: Ask your FSA administrator about the submission process

Step 3: Get reimbursed for the FSA eligible Disabled Dependent Care Expenses, Medical