Seminar: Transitioning to College and Career with a Chronic Illness
If you or someone you love is a teenager with illness, you will find Naomi is a wonderful encourager to you. But even if you are not a teenager, you will find this young woman wise beyond her years and a real inspiration when it comes to living with an invisible illness. She discusses the journey of being a tween with an illness to teenager, and then through college and career. Hear her tips for those with illness for going to college and career aspirations.
Naomi Kingery, also known as The Diabetic Diva®, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes a decade ago. Kingery made a decision to begin to help others embrace their chronic illness as she learned to do the same while growing up with diabetes.
Through the years her work in the diabetes community has included being the author of The Sugar Free Series, a blogger, and a Diabetes Advocate. She also currently working as an employee for Medtronic and is attending college for a degree in Kinesiology.
Naomi’s books are all from “The Sugar Free Series” (1 paper back called SUGAR FREE ME and 2 eBooks called Sugar Free Teens: The Diabetic Diva’s 5 Tips on Reaching Your Potential and Sugar Free Support: The Balance of Supporting Your Diabetic Through Every High and Low. She is working on the last book in the series.
Books are available online through Amazon and Barnes and Noble but direct purchase links are available on her website.
On her web site, Live to Love Diabetes you will find a weekly blog where she documents what it is like to live with diabetes; her yoga Cd-Rom and DVD; A list of media resources that have shared Naomi’s story, including previous radio interviews for Invisible Illness Week.