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Diabetes Quiz for Teens

Diabetes Quiz for Teens

This interactive quiz asks teens with diabetes to think about the everyday steps that are vital to managing diabetes and how busy teens can make them part of their daily routine. The quiz is also a great learning tool for teens with friends or family members who have diabetes.

Online Quiz for Teens with Diabetes Banner

 
Diabetes in Schools: Putting the Pieces Together for Successful Prevention and Management

Diabetes in Schools: Putting the Pieces Together for Successful Prevention and Management

This webinar was held in August 2013 and featured Francine Kaufman, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Medtronic Diabetes, and Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, CA; Leah Wyckoff, M.S., B.S.N., R.N., N.C.S.N., School Nurse Consultant, Douglas County School District, Castle Rock, CO; and Joanne Gallivan, Director of the National Diabetes Education Program at the National Institutes of Health.

Diabetes in Schools: Putting the Pieces Together for Successful Prevention and Management

 
Partners in Health. Engaging Faith Communities in Diabetes Prevention and Control

Partners in Health. Engaging Faith Communities in Diabetes Prevention and Control

This webinar focused on a discussion about engaging faith-based organizations in diabetes prevention and control, and featured a panel of inspirational presenters from the American Diabetes Association, Faith Fights Diabetes, and The Center for Appalachian Philanthropy who will share the specific tools and strategies they have used in working with faith-based organizations to educate them about diabetes, conduct diabetes prevention and control activities, and create a healthier church environment.

Partners in Health Webinar - Slides (pdf Format)

Partners in Health Webinar - Slides (PowerPoint Format)

Partners in Health Webinar - Transcript (Word Format)

Partners in Health Webinar - Video (mp4 Format)

Partners in Health Webinar - Video (wmv Format)

Partners in Health Webinar - Video Subtitles (srt Format)

 
Help Your Teen Deal with the Ups & Downs of Diabetes

Help Your Teen Deal with the Ups & Downs of Diabetes

Teens may sometimes have feelings of sadness, anger, loneliness, and fear, or they may blame themselves or their family for their diabetes. These feelings are normal every now and then. But in order to feel better, teens need to learn to take charge of their diabetes – and families can help.

Help Your Teen Deal with the Ups & Downs of Diabetes

 
Ten Smart Snacks for Teens

Ten Smart Snacks for Teens

Teens can lower their risk for the disease if they stay at a healthy weight by being active and choosing the right amounts of healthy foods – including snacks.

Ten Smart Snacks for Teens

 
Activity Counts for All Ages!

Activity Counts for All Ages!

As more and more youth become overweight and less active, type 2 diabetes – once only seen in adults over 40 – is now being found in teens. You can play a key role by helping the children and teens in your life lower their risk for type 2 diabetes, especially if the disease runs in your family. Children and teens can lower their risk for type 2 diabetes if they stay at a healthy weight by being more physically active and choosing to eat the right amounts of healthy foods.

Activity Counts for All Ages!

 
Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Health Care Online Tool Presentation

Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Health Care Online Tool Presentation

This slide set contains information about the transitioning from pediatric to adult health care and are designed for health care professionals and community organizations to help explain and promote this Transitions resource. Slides can be downloaded as an entire presentation or used individually.

Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Health Care Online Tool Presentation

 
Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Health Care

Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Health Care

Checklists of things to remember for teens transitioning from pediatric to adult health care. 

Pediatric to Adult Diabetes Care Transition Planning Checklist

Transition Planning: Clinical Summary for New Health Care Team

 
Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional Feature Article

Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional Feature Article

Share this article to help spread the word about Diabetes HealthSense, NDEP's online library of resources for living well.

Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional Feature Article

 
Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional E-newsletter Blurb

Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional E-newsletter Blurb

Share this e-newsletter blurb for health care professionals via your e-newsletter to help spread the word about Diabetes HealthSense, NDEP's online library of resources for living well.

Diabetes HealthSense Health Care Professional E-newsletter Blurb

 
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