For parents who have a child with diabetes, getting them to take glucose readings is a constant worry. Some children are embarrassed to test their blood in front of other kids. This is where the DIDGET device comes in handy.
Inspired by a parent whose child could never find his glucose reader, but could always find his Gameboy, the DIDGET device transforms this boring but essential task into a fun game for kids through the Nintendo DS systems.
DIDGET converts test results into reward points that children can use to unlock new levels and buy in-game items on their DS. Theres also a whole web community with more fun and games.
Find out more and buy online here.
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