Conferences, Webinars & Upcoming Programs
“The Power of Connecting”
DECA’s 2020 International
Diabetes Camping Conference
February 9 & 10th, San Diego, California, USA
Join us in San Diego at the Town and Country San Diego for the 2020 International Diabetes Camping Conference. Distinguished keynote speakers will inspire you. Knowledgeable breakout session presenters will inform you. Roundtable discussions will give you great new ideas. Networking opportunities will connect you with leaders and sponsors of diabetes camps.
The conference is a unique opportunity to get updated on the latest in diabetes care tools and technologies that are in use at camps; to learn about successful youth program models and to discuss prudent business practices. While at the conference you will enjoy enthusiastic conversations with others also passionate about helping children live well with diabetes.
DECA Member Camps are eligible for a 25% reduced fee towards the annual Diabetes Camping Conference registration for up to two registrants. The discount is provided as a rebate following payment of the registration fee.
CANCELLATION POLICY — There is a $25 fee for all cancellations postmarked BEFORE 01/10/2020 and a $100 fee for all cancellations postmarked AFTER 01/10/2020. Written copy of the cancellation is required and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to the DECA office. Phone cancellations are not accepted. No-shows are not refundable.
DECA’s 2019 International Diabetes Camping Conference Report
“Empowering Youth With Diabetes” was the theme for leaders in diabetes camping as they attended DECA’s 2019 International Diabetes Camping Conference. They heard stimulating general session speakers; participated in thought provoking round-table discussions; attended enlightening sessions; networked with peers and shared novel approaches that will enhance programming for those living with by diabetes.
DECA's Staff Training
Webinars and Campfire Chats
DECA’s webinars and Campfire Chats provide learning and networking experiences designed for diabetes camp professionals, from directors and administrators to program managers, front line staff and volunteer staff. Experts in the community address essential subjects such as planning and implementing quality camp programs, best practices in the medical care of children with diabetes, highly effective business practices and other relevant topics.