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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.

    Mission Statement

    The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) unites the worldwide diabetes camping community through leadership and education, as well as shares resources to advance programs that dramatically impact people’s lives.

    To enhance and expand camp programs worldwide, DECA offers:

    • Informative staff training videos & webinars
    • Professional staff training & networking conferences
    • An online library of best practice operating resources
    • The Diabetes Activities Toolkit or “Dkit"
    • Consultation services
    • Networking opportunities

    DECA maintains a comprehensive database of diabetes camping programs.  We publish Member Camp descriptions as well as session and contact information in the "Find A Camp" pages on the DECA website.

    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, Chairperson
    Executive Director, Setebaid Services, Inc.
    Winfield, PA
    Janet Kramschauster, Vice-Chairperson
    Interim Executive Director, Diabetic Youth Families
    Concord, CA
    Andrea Schnelten, MSW, Secretary
    Owner, Rocklin Farms
    Rockbridge, IL
    John Latimer, BS, Treasurer
    Camp & Community Programs Director, Southeastern Diabetes Education Services
    Birmingham, AL

    Board Members

    Rocky Wilson, PhD
    Executive Director
    Diabetes Camping and Educational Services, Inc.
    Tom Boyer
    Director, Government Affairs
    Novo Nordisk
    Moira M. Stanford
    Magazine & News Writer, Author
    Nicole Johnson, DrPH, MPH, MA
    Executive Director
    Bringing Science Home
    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
    Philip De Rea, BA
    Educator
    Stillwater, NJ
    Doris Graves, MD FAAP
    Session Medical Director , Camp Conrad-Chinnock
    Alhambra, CA
    Dennis Pillion, PhD
    Volunteer, Southeastern Diabetes Education Services, Inc.
    Hoover, AL
  • 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.

    Mission Statement

    The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) unites the worldwide diabetes camping community through leadership and education, as well as shares resources to advance programs that dramatically impact people’s lives.

    To enhance and expand camp programs worldwide, DECA offers:

    • Informative staff training videos & webinars
    • Professional staff training & networking conferences
    • An online library of best practice operating resources
    • The Diabetes Activities Toolkit or “Dkit"
    • Consultation services
    • Networking opportunities

    DECA maintains a comprehensive database of diabetes camping programs.  We publish Member Camp descriptions as well as session and contact information in the "Find A Camp" pages on the DECA website.

    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.

    Mission Statement

    The Diabetes Education and Camping Association (DECA) unites the worldwide diabetes camping community through leadership and education, as well as shares resources to advance programs that dramatically impact people’s lives.

    To enhance and expand camp programs worldwide, DECA offers:

    • Informative staff training videos & webinars
    • Professional staff training & networking conferences
    • An online library of best practice operating resources
    • The Diabetes Activities Toolkit or “Dkit"
    • Consultation services
    • Networking opportunities

    DECA maintains a comprehensive database of diabetes camping programs.  We publish Member Camp descriptions as well as session and contact information in the "Find A Camp" pages on the DECA website.

    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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