Resilience: June 2021 Newsletter

Resilience

This past year has been defined by resilience. Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness; the ability to spring back into shape. Many of us have faced adversity this past year in ways that we could never have imagined. We had to re-learn how to parent, work, and engage in the community, and we had to reassess what is most important in our lives. As we begin to move out of a global pandemic, it is our community and our resilience that will take us to the future; together. At DRC, our community of those impacted by type 1 diabetes (T1D) every day are resilient; our staff and volunteers are resilient; our supporters and donors are resilient; our research community is resilient. And as a result, we have seen more focus and dedication to DRC’s vision to support scientific inquiry until diabetes is eliminated than ever before. We depend on our collective resilience to finish this year strong!

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