Managing your diabetes and blood sugar at home takes understanding and maintenance, but our diabetes resources can help you protect yourself.
- Learning About Diabetes
- Treatment and Care
- Preventing Complications
- Food and Fitness
- Mental Health
- Health Insurance
- Getting the Very Best Care for Your Diabetes
- Patient Education Toolkit
- Health Record Card – Download and print this to help you track your blood pressure and medication usage. Take this card with you to all doctor’s visits.
- Blood Sugar Tracking Guide and Journal
- Checkbook for Diabetes Health
- Glucose Meter How-To Videos:
- Living with Type 2 Diabetes Program
- My Health Advisor
- My Food Advisor
- Future Visits Checklist
- For Parents and Kids
- Tips for Caregivers
- Making a Sick Day Plan
- American Diabetes Association – Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes
How Diabetes Works
The History of Diabetes – Learn more about when we discovered diabetes and how treatment has developed over time.
Diabetes 101 – Learn about what diabetes is, the types of it, and how it works.
Treating Diabetes – Learn about the different treatments for diabetes.
Diabetes Q&A – All your diabetes questions answered!
American Diabetes Month 2014 – The American Diabetes Association’s helpful tips to get cooking for their annual awareness month in 2014.
National Diabetes Month 2015 – The American Diabetes Association’s helpful tips to help you eat well and learn about diabetes during their annual awareness month in 2015.
Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month – Make sure you’re protecting your eyes when you have diabetes too.
Managing Your Diabetes
Around the Web: You and Your Family’s Diabetes – Resources from around the web for managing your family’s diabetes.
Around the Web: Your Healthy Lifestyle for Diabetes – Resources from around the web for maintaining a health lifestyle with your diabetes.
Tips for Managing Your Blood Sugar – Tips for keeping your blood sugar low by preventing stress, getting active, and preparing.
Apps for Managing Your Diabetes – Handy technology for keeping track of your diabetes.
Getting Enough Sleep and Your Diabetes – Getting enough sleep can impact your blood sugar.
Caring for Your Teeth with Diabetes – Diabetes can take a toll on your teeth, so it’s important to protect yourself against the risks.
Extra Help and Info
Packing Your Pump: Traveling with Diabetes – Packing when you have diabetes can be a test of memory. We can help.
Avoid the Morning Slump with Breakfast – Eating a healthy breakfast can help you keep your blood sugar levels normal all day.
Dividing Your Plate Into Sections – Learn more about healthy portions and eating balanced meals with this simple guide.
Help Your Kids Reach a Healthy Weight – Steps to help your family focus on healthy exercise and diet choices.
Summer Camp with Diabetes – Your kids with diabetes get the normal camp experience with these camps that can handle their needs.
Back-to-School with Diabetes – Your kids with diabetes may need to keep certain things in mind when going back to school. Help them be prepared.