Know Your Rights

Every person living with diabetes deserves to be treated fairly at work, at school and in their daily life, but that does not always happen. Know your rights and how the American Diabetes Association (ADA) can help you.

Know Your Rights

Understand How to Exercise your Rights

Where can you turn if you feel you have been treated unfairly due to your diabetes? We are committed to ending discrimination against children and adults living with diabetes. You can be your own best advocate by knowing your rights, understanding the law, and protecting yourself with the appropriate tools and services.

ADA’s Statement of Disney’s Revised Disability Access Services Policy

The American Diabetes Association works tirelessly to prevent and reduce discrimination against people with diabetes by schools and childcare providers, employers, and places of public accommodation. The ADA is aware of recent policy changes made by the Walt Disney Company to its Disability Access Service (DAS) program. These recent changes may alter the type of accommodations park guests with diabetes receive. If you or other members of your party have diabetes and are seeking accommodations, please review the DAS webpage for information and process. Please contact us by calling 1-800-diabetes (800-342-2383) or by emailing if you have been denied accommodations by Disney.


Learn to recognize unfair or unlawful treatment at work, school, correctional institutions, or public places.

For Lawyers

Attorneys, find tools to help you fight diabetes discrimination and learn how to join our team.

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Help us ensure that children with diabetes are obtaining the care they need in schools and daycare centers.