Diabetes is a complex disease, and there’s much to learn. To help you, ADCES has created a number of resources on different themes that are designed to help navigate issues you may face.
To help you, diabetes care and education specialists have developed seven key areas to focus on.
Tools for Healthcare Savings from ADCES and our Partners.
Basics and expert recommendations on self-monitoring of blood glucose.
Understand the link between diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
People living with diabetes are at increased risk of developing serious complications from vaccine-preventable diseases.
A diabetes diagnosis can be traumatizing for any family and lead to questions that they may have never thought about before.
DKA is a deadly by avoidable complication of type 1 diabetes and occasionally type 2 diabetes.
Hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar, can be a deadly complication for anyone living with diabetes.
Resources for dealing with emotions that may arise while managing diabetes.
Making healthy food choices, understanding portion sizes and learning the best times to eat are central to managing diabetes.
Hypoglycemia is blood sugar of less than 70mg/dl and is a very dangerous complication for people with diabetes.
Resources to help create healthy habits around taking medication.
Resources on the basics of insulin injection as well as expert tips.
Lifestyle resources is a broad category meant to encompass a variety of issues that affect people living with diabetes.
Peer support communities, both online and in-person, can help fill in the gap of continuing support.
Spanish-language resources for diabetes care and education specialists and people with diabetes.