DiabetesEmoticons App Available on iTunes by Dr. Joyce Lee
The Naturally Sweet Sisters is excited to share the very the BEST news today!!!!
#Makehealth and Dr. Joyce Lee have received approval from iTunes and as of today, April 4th, 2016, our exciting new emoticons are available for instant use!!!!
With your iOS device, head to the iTunes App Store and search for DiabetesEmoticons App. Open and save to your phone.
The emoticons can then be shared into Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Text Messager, Mail and more. Where you feel like an emoticon is better and easier to use than a long, drawn-out sentence.
This is a project that was created with the entire DOC community in mind. #Togetherwecan improve health care. What we hope to show is that simple changes really improve the stress that both children and adults face in managing chronic illness. Lessening the burden while working closer to better treatments and ultimately, a cure for Type 1 Diabetes is a mutual goal between our families and all of the medical/research teams that we work with across the country.
With that goal in mind, this app is FREE of charge and available to all families to utilize and share with caregivers, spouses, grandparents, teachers, coaches and friends.
|Yes, already utilized via text message|
We hope you love it - and remember, this is PHASE 1! We would love to see more emoticons in the future. If you have ideas and would like to share, please feel free to post your shared collaboration on this blog or on our Facebook page. Tweet us at @natsweetsisters or @joyclee using the #diabetesemoticonsapp
|Just a few of the many emoticons that we hope to use|
In case you missed the back story, you can read all about the collaborative patient/doctor/community support team effort to create and implement Diabetes Emoticons by reading the following links:
- Health Design By Us: Design My Diabetes Solutions with Dr. Joyce Lee and #Makehealth
- An App, A Doctor and An Idea: Naturally Sweet Sisters
- New Emoji Illustrate Life: DiabetesMine with Michael Hoskins
Also, if you and or child have ideas for helping to improve clinic care, Dr. Joyce Lee is inviting pediatric patients and their families to join another collaborative 'Design the Future of Diabetes' #MakeHealth event on April 16th, 2016 at Wayne County Community College, Belleville Campus. Registration details are available through this link: CLICK HERE
or cut and paste the following link into your browser.
Hope you enjoy your new DiabetesEmoticons!