Training

Alabama Department of Public Health

Caring for the Diabetic in the Home Care Setting
On Demand Broadcast
Broadcast Date: November 12, 2009
(2 hours)


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Handouts/Resources

Pamela Green Handouts (5 pages)
Linda Jennings Handouts (10 pages)
Glycemic Index of Selected Foods (1 page)
Resources (1 page)

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Sign In Sheet (1 page)
Evaluation (1 page)

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Program Overview
In order to properly care for a diabetic patient at home, you must first understand diabetes. Knowing basic management skills and dietary needs for the disease can help prevent the need for emergency care, and the onset of long-term health problems. Program faculty will provide information you need to know in order to ensure your patientís health continues to thrive at home.

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Target Audience
Home health aides, home attendants, other professionals, family and other workers who provide care for diabetics in the home setting.

Contact Hours
None for this program.

Contact for Technical Assistance
334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN

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