Communiqué Volume 51, Number 7 (May 2023)

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Type 1 Diabetes: The Psychosocial Developmental Impact on Adolescents
By Tyra A. Burley

Adolescents with type 1 diabetes are at an increased risk of experiencing social, behavioral, and emotional challenges because of the burden of this chronic illness, with research showing that anxiety disorders, mood/behavior disorders, and eating disorders are most prevalent. This article provides an overview of type 1 diabetes, including prevalence and incidence, diabetes distress, and the psychosocial impact on adolescents, as well as strategies and resources school psychologists can use to support students with type 1 diabetes.

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NASP is pleased to announce that Meaghan Curran Guiney, PhD, NCSP, has been selected as the editor-elect of Communiqué, with her full editorship beginning July 1, 2023.

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