AADE and diabetes educators have been able to push the importance of using neutral, non-judgmental language when talking with or about a person with diabetes. Discover or revisit the videos and media that remind us words matter when talking with or about a person with diabetes.
AADE has combined two previously published practice papers, discussing obesity in diabetes and medications used in weight loss. By combining these practice papers, diabetes educators now have a single resource to reference when educating individuals on the impact of obesity on diabetes and vice versa, diabetes on obesity.
A collaboration between UnidosUS and the American Association of Diabetes Educators raises awareness of a national program that improves the health and well-being of Latinos at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Extra planning is needed when a person with type 1 diabetes goes on a trip. Carla Cox shares 10 tips and some additional resources to ensure a safe and enjoyable adventure.
When it comes to Hispanic people with diabetes, many of us can find it particularly difficult to help them achieve their goals. We start asking ourselves: is it a cultural thing? Here are 5 misconceptions you should avoid as you try to get a better understanding.