Pediatric Technology Center of Georgia Institute of Technology to explain the importance of International Children's Advisory Network (iCAN) in providing opportunites for children around the world to share their stories while living with chronic, rare, and complicated conditions. KIDS Michigan Youth Member, Olivia Ohmer (whom lives with Type 1 Diabetes) shares her personal experience of wearing medical devices such as an insulin pump and a continuous glucose monitor and how those devices impact her daily living.
To learn more about iCAN and AIMed, and to register for the upcoming iCAN Summit presented by JumoHealth (to be held daily from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (eastern time) during July 13th- July 17th, 2020) visit https://www.icanresearch.org/2020-summit . Dr. Chang is a featured Keynote speaker and will be sharing further insights into his role and vision for supporting children with improved technology. There is no cost to attend and all children ages 8-up are invited, along with parents, researchers, medical professionals, and industry partners are welcomed.