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American Association of Diabetes Educators
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Empowering healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills to deliver exceptional diabetes education, management and support.
Empowering healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills to deliver exceptional diabetes education, management and support.

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Diabetes educators are creative and resourceful. You dig deep to find ways to impact your patients. And we know the results can be miraculous! Share your stories with AADE in Practice so other diabetes educators can benefit from your insight, experiences, tools, joys and solutions. Opportunities range from feature-length articles to short practice pearls. Learn more about submitting an article to AADE in Practice. http://bit.ly/2l8BNGo
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"Maybe pick one or two things that would make the most impact on your management and focus on those one or two small things, and you'll likely achieve those goals. Then set one or two more goals and move along like that -- not everything needs to happen at once" http://bit.ly/2l563lg

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"You don't want to do diabetes alone. If you have someone who's rooting for you, that really helps" http://bit.ly/2l563lg

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Though it's been a bit warmer lately, it's still technically winter. AADE blogger Carla Cox returns with a few management tips to review with patients to stay safe when exercising outdoors in colder temperatures. http://bit.ly/2kNOxXN

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The AADE7 focuses on seven different healthy behaviors to help manage diabetes. Read these self-care tips and read more about the AADE7: http://bit.ly/2fKuLHd

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“Willpower takes [effort] 24 hours a day, seven days a week...It’s much easier to simply change your immediate environment…than to fight against it.”

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Do you have a friend or loved one who has vision loss? Download and share this article to help spread the word about vision rehabilitation: http://bit.ly/2l2Xf2T via National Eye Health Education Program (NEHEP)

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Make goals for the rest of your year with these 51 tips on managing diabetes from people with diabetes and healthcare professionals.

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