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  • Inspiring health, confidence, and knowledge.

    Diabetes camps help people affected by diabetes lead healthier, happier, and more productive lives through good diabetes management and wholesome fun. The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) provides leadership and education to better enable diabetes camps to fulfill this purpose.

    General mission

    The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) was established in 1997 to:

    • Promote communication
    • Provide Education
    • Share Resources
    • Serve as a worldwide voice to advance diabetes camping programs that meet the needs of individuals and families

    To enhance and expand camp programs worldwide, DECA offers:

    • Best practice resources
    • Professional conferences
    • Staff training programs
    • Program development models
    • Online education modules
    • Diabetes education activities
    • Consultation services and networking

    DECA maintains a comprehensive database of diabetes camping programs.

    DECA’s member camps are staffed by the world’s most dedicated diabetes care professionals.  These physicians, nurses, dietitians, mental health professionals, counselors and others dedicate themselves to making sure that youth and families learn about diabetes, are inspired to take charge of their health, and have fun with friends who will last a lifetime.

  • Executive Committee

    Mark Moyer, MBA MHA - DECA President
    Executive Director, Setebaid Services, Inc.
    Winfield, PA
    Rocky Wilson, PhD - DECA Immediate Past President
    Executive Director/Camp Director, Diabetes Camping and Educational Services
    Manhattan Beach, CA
    Philip De Rea, BA - DECA Treasurer
    Immediate Past Executive Director, Camp Nejeda Foundation, Inc.
    Stillwater, NJ
    Janet Kramschauster - DECA Secretary
    Director of Programs, Diabetic Youth Foundation
    Concord, CA
     

Board Members

Liz Burghen-Fryman, MSN PNP-BC
Nutrition Director, Camp Hopewell Mississippi
Collierville, TN
Nate Gedge, BS CPhT
Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes/Camp UTADA & EMI Health
West Jordan, UT
Lisa Gier
Executive Director, Idaho Diabetes Youth Programs
Boise, ID
Doris Graves, MD FAAP
Session Medical Director , Camp Conrad-Chinnock
Alhambra, CA
Andy Holder
President, Iron Andy Foundation
Collegeville, PA
Andrea Hulke, MSW
Director, National Outreach, JDRF
Rockbridge, IL
Kevin Kaiserman, MD
Pediatric Endocrinologist, SoCal Diabetes
Manhattan Beach, CA
John Latimer, BS
Director of Programs, Camp Nejeda Foundation, Inc.
Stillwater, NJ
Dennis Pillion, PhD
Volunteer, Southeastern Diabetes Education Services, Inc.
Hoover, AL
Mats Wallin
Executive Director, Diabetes Youth Foundation
Concord, CA
 
  • Inspiring health, confidence, and knowledge.

    Diabetes camps help people affected by diabetes lead healthier, happier, and more productive lives through good diabetes management and wholesome fun. The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) provides leadership and education to better enable diabetes camps to fulfill this purpose.

    General mission

    The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) was established in 1997 to:

    To enhance and expand camp programs worldwide, DECA offers:

    DECA maintains a comprehensive database of diabetes camping programs.

    DECA’s member camps are staffed by the world’s most dedicated diabetes care professionals.  These physicians, nurses, dietitians, mental health professionals, counselors and others dedicate themselves to making sure that youth and families learn about diabetes, are inspired to take charge of their health, and have fun with friends who will last a lifetime.

  • Inspiring health, confidence, and knowledge.

    Diabetes camps help people affected by diabetes lead healthier, happier, and more productive lives through good diabetes management and wholesome fun. The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) provides leadership and education to better enable diabetes camps to fulfill this purpose.

    General mission

    The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) was established in 1997 to:

    To enhance and expand camp programs worldwide, DECA offers:

    DECA maintains a comprehensive database of diabetes camping programs.

    DECA’s member camps are staffed by the world’s most dedicated diabetes care professionals.  These physicians, nurses, dietitians, mental health professionals, counselors and others dedicate themselves to making sure that youth and families learn about diabetes, are inspired to take charge of their health, and have fun with friends who will last a lifetime.

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