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Diabetes Self Management: Patient Self Management/ Monitoring

Tracking Blood Glucose for People with Diabetes

Blood Glucose Log (booklet) – This is a log booklet that can be printed to track your self-monitored blood glucose readings at home.

 

Blood Glucose Log (sheet) – This is a log sheet that can be printed to track your self-monitored blood glucose readings at home.

 

Tracking Blood Glucose Tips – This handout, from the American Diabetes Association, describes different types of eye care providers, eye exams and when you need them.  

 

Getting to Know the Signs of Hypoglycemia “Low Blood Sugar”

Signs of Hypoglycemia “Low Blood Sugar”  This handout will help you to understand the signs of low blood sugar and what you can do to prevent and treat it.

 

Getting to Know the Signs of Hyperglycemia “High Blood Sugar”

Signs of Hyperglycemia “High Blood Sugar”  This handout will help you to understand the signs of high blood sugar and what you can do to prevent and treat it.

 

Foot Care for People with Diabetes

Foot Care TipsThis handout will show you what you can do on your own to keep your feet health.

 

Foot Care & Type 2 Diabetes – This handout discusses why it is important to take care of your feet. 

 

Eye Exams for People with Diabetes

Eye Care Tips This handout, from the American Diabetes Association, describes different types of eye care providers, eye exams and when you need them.  

 

Oral Health for People with Diabetes

Oral Health Tips This handout, from the American Diabetes Association, describes steps you can take to avoid oral health problems.  

 

Skin Care & Infection Prevention for People with Diabetes

Skin Care Tips This handout, from the American Diabetes Association, describes common skin infections and steps you can take to prevent skin problems.

 

Self-Care Behaviors™

The American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) developed seven key areas of focus. Below you will find 7 handouts designed to educate on specific self-care behaviors and encourages you to have a discussion with your physician, pharmacist or diabetes educator on each of the following areas:

 

Healthy Eating – Patient Self-Management Handout

 

Being Active – Patient Self-Management Handout

 

Monitoring – Patient Self-Management Handout

 

Taking Medication – Patient Self-Management Handout

 

Problem Solving – Patient Self-Management Handout

 

Reducing Risks – Patient Self-Management Handout

 

Healthy Coping – Patient Self-Management Handout

 

Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

Diabetes Management & You – A guide to understanding high and low blood sugar and the connection to heart attack and stroke. 

 

 

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