#SeeTheSigns, Share the Signs, Save Lives!
Undiagnosed type 1 diabetes is life-threatening. Early diagnosis saves lives. Take Action.
👉 Share our #SeeTheSigns education + awareness page with anyone who may be unfamiliar with diabetes—classmates, teammates and other people in your community!
👉 Share our #SeeTheSigns graphics on your social media. Ask your friends and family to share as well! Check them out below and download them here.
👉 Share your diagnosis story to help others #SeeTheSigns. How many signs did you see? Check out the Instagram Reels below for instructions on how to share.
👉 Use the #SeeTheSigns hashtag on your social posts. We’ll be resharing some!
👉 Distribute #SeeTheSigns posters in your community: at your local coffee shop, school, college, camp, supermarket and more. You can print them at home or request your free posters to distribute here.
To help you take action, download this toolkit, which includes information about the signs of diabetes, poster request forms, downloadable print-at-home posters, social graphics and post copy, sample outreach notes and more!
Request #SeeTheSigns posters to distribute in your community
Share our #SeeTheSigns graphics. Download Here.
Share your diagnosis story to help others #SeeTheSigns
Your stories can help others get diagnosed even sooner! Join the #SeeTheSigns campaign on social media by sharing how many signs of diabetes you or a loved one experienced before diagnosis. Just post a picture or reel, using your fingers to share the number of signs you or your loved one had, and share your story around the signs. Post with the hashtags #SeeTheSigns and #T1D and tag us @BeyondType1. Help others #SeeTheSigns of type 1 diabetes.
We’d like to thank our volunteers across the U.S. and abroad who have helped and continue to help us reach individuals everywhere with #SeeTheSigns posters and materials. This campaign would not be possible without the energy and tireless efforts of all advocates who have successfully championed critical awareness within their home states and communities. You are saving lives. Thank you!