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Welcome! The Educator Resource & Community Center is your place for patient materials, curriculum, free samples, and much more.

 

Useful Patient Handouts

  • Blood Sugar Logs
  • Exercise Logs
  • Food Diary
  • Medication Guides
  • Diabetes Glossary
  • School Management Forms
  • Food Guides
 
 

Free Teaching Materials
Make your education sessions informative and entertaining with dLifeTV teaching guides. Focusing on the AADE's 7 self-care behaviors, teaching guides include pre-tests, post-tests, handouts, and suggested activities for your patients.

 
 

Stock Up!

There are lots of dLife materials, and many are FREE!

  • dLifeConnect Newsletters
  • Special video offer just for educators!
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Listen and Learn

Certified diabetes educator and registered dietitian Janis Roszler interviews movers and shakers in the diabetes world.

Learn new practice and treatment strategies from your colleagues.

 

 

Last Modified Date: July 24, 2013

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by Lindsey Guerin
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