ADA Diabetes Education Library Offers over 170 topics on diabetes that are searchable by topic and language. A treasure trove of educational info.
A Guide to Drinking for People with Diabetes- Helpful resource that provides information on alcohol and diabetes.
These excellent resources are also from the National Diabetes Education Program Health Finder.
All about Blood Glucose Levels – It can be difficult for patients to learn all the important points of blood glucose control in a short office visit. Download this free patient handout, in English or Spanish, to help your patients self-manage their blood glucose levels long after their appointment.
Medicare and You – A comprehensive summary outlining what services and supplies medicare covers for beneficiaries.AACE Passport Wallet Card PDF » A tool that helps patients track if they are meeting AACE care goals from head to toes. Flu Vaccine and Diabetes » This printable document provides the patients with the rationale and importance of getting an annual flu vaccine.
Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia Education Teaching Sheet » This handout is one of my favorites. Cartoon characters depict the signs and symptoms of low and high blood sugars and then detail steps to take.
Medication Wallet Card PDF » pocket sized document that includes contact info, list of medications and critical health data.
Medication Wallet Card in WORD » Add your program’s logo and provide your clients with a useful, customized document that includes contact info, list of medications and critical health data.
4 Steps to Control Your-Diabetes–English PDF » An excellent booklet for patients- 17 different languages and tons of great info.
4 Steps to Control Your Diabetes–Spanish PDF » An excellent booklet for patients-17 different languages and tons of great info.
Pneumonia Vaccine and Diabetes » This printable document provides the patients with the rationale and importance of getting a pneumonia vaccine.
Traveling with Diabetes – Tips on keeping safe while traveling abroad with Diabetes.
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