Looping and Diabetes Resources
Nightscout Unofficial Documentation
LoopDocs – Official documentation for getting started on Looping
Loop and Learn – Educational page with additional help to start on and use Loop, also hosts events with key people in the diabetes community
LoopTips – Official documentation for using / tuning Loop
SeeMyCGM – All about living with Type 1 diabetes
ItsTheSugar – One family’s journey with type 1 diabetes
Loop and Learn – Facebook group for learning about and discussing Loop and Diabetes, provides build help, and live interactive sessions.
The Looped Group -Facebook group for building and updating Loop.
Little Loopers – Facebook group for parents of young children who are using the DIY iOS app Loop or interested in learning more about Loop.
T1D Looping Kids and Teens – This page is for parents of T1D kids only. The goal is to coordinate our kids meeting (and hopefully making friends!) with other T1D kids via Zoom.
Minnesota TypeOne Loopers – This group is formed to discuss hybrid closed loop “artificial pancreas” solutions, gather new loopers, and mentor future loopers living in the Minnesota area in an effort to reduce the burden of Type 1 diabetes.
Loop and Learn YouTube Channel – Recorded Webinars sponsored by the Loop and Learn group. Also helpful tip videos for diabetes.
Loop and Learn Instagram – Announcements, updates, tips, and tricks.
TheSavvyDiabetic.com – Updates of diabetes technology & research, Looping and life with Type 1 Diabetes
Juicebox Podcast – YouTube Channel – A Type 1 Diabetes Show by Scott Benner
Juicebox Podcast Apple Podcast – A Type 1 Diabetes Show by Scott Benner
Diabettech.com – Blog site written by Tim Street with reviews of all diabetes tech
MyArtificialPancreas.net – Blog written by Mary Anne Patton (Australia), about looping, life with diabetes and diabetes innovation
Tidepool.org – Non-profit developing Tidepool Loop for Omnipod and Medtronic
BionicWookiee.com – Blog by David Burren (Australia) on living with medical technology
Diabeloop – French company developed Kaleido “patch” pumps
CamAPS FX – UK-based closed loop system supports DANA RS pumps and runs on Android phones
AndroidAPS – Open source APS running on Google Android smartphones
Let Me Be 83 – Let Me Be 83 is a movement by the Rivere Foundation. We advocate for an alternative diabetes management regimen, anchored in nutrition and the proper use of insulins, that allows people with diabetes to achieve healthy blood glucose levels. We believe this is an important goal, as elevated glucose levels are associated with complications of diabetes.
Hybrid Closed Loop Comparisons & Options – An informative article by Integrated Diabetes Services
Sources to Purchase
Swappa.com – For purchasing used phones and ipads at good prices
FuseChicken.com – Cables, marketed by a fellow Looper. (sign up for the mailing list, get a discount on your first purchase). Remember, only purchase organic chickens.
MonoPrice.com – Specializes in cables for hi-tech
Radio-link Comparison Chart – Detailed comparison of the RadioLinks currently available.
EmaLink – to purchase or get more information on Ema.
GetRileyLink.org – To purchase RileyLink, OrangeLink, and carry cases
How do I update the firmware on my OrangeLink?
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