November is Diabetes Awareness Month!

More than 30 million Americans have diabetes. And another 84 million
are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes. It’s an epidemic.

That means chances are good that your caregivers care
for people with diabetes on a regular basis.

ARE YOUR CAREGIVERS PREPARED?

 

Become the Diabetes Specialist in your market

Now you can position your organization as the EXPERT in your market by offering your Caregivers advanced training in diabetes with intheknow’s diabetes-related courses. Give your caregivers the tools they need to help the clients they serve to both prevent and manage diabetes.

 

Stand out in diabetes care with this lesson plan:

Understanding Diabetes

This course provides an overview for caregivers of the different types of diabetes, the causes, risk factors, symptoms, and treatments. It includes information about short and long-term complications, some basic facts about insulin, and how caregivers can help clients manage their diabetes.

Understanding Diabetes is available in both e-learning and PDF format (for instructor-led training or independent learning).

 

Understanding Blood Sugar

Diabetes can go undiagnosed for years because many of its symptoms seem so harmless. Some people have no symptoms at all. Unfortunately, the damage caused by uncontrolled blood sugar can lead to serious health problems. This topic includes pertinent information for caregivers about blood sugar and how they can help clients learn to control it and live healthier lives.

Understanding Blood Sugar is available in PDF format (for instructor-led training or independent learning) and makes an excellent addition to your blended learning plan.

 

Basic Nutrition & Hydration

This inservice provides your caregivers with an overview of all the basics of nutrition and hydration. It includes a close look at six essential nutrients that are important to the body, the role of the USDA Food Pyramid in eating a balanced diet, and a discussion on how caregivers can help clients meet their nutrition and hydration needs.

This course is available in both e-learning and PDF formats.

Nutrition for Diabetic Clients

This course offers caregivers tips to help plan, prepare, and serve delicious and nutritious meals for diabetic clients.

Nutrition for Diabetic Clients is available in PDF format (for instructor-led training or independent learning) and makes an excellent addition to your blended learning plan.

 

Cooking for Your Clients

This course includes dozens of practical tips to help caregivers with meal planning, shopping, and cooking for their clients.

Cooking for Your Clients is available in PDF format, and is coming soon to e-learning!

 

How Wounds Heal & How You Can Help

This lesson covers basic wound pathophysiology and the healing process for different types of wounds, including wound care and healing in diabetic clients. Reviews basic care considerations as well as nutritional concerns.

This course is available in both e-learning and PDF formats.

 

Working with Non-Compliant Clients

A diagnosis of diabetes can be overwhelming. And for some, certain lifestyle changes may seem impossible. This can lead to issues with non-compliance. This module provides caregivers with an understanding of the consequences that can arise when clients fail to adhere to their plan of care and includes tips for how to motivate and encourage adherence to physician orders on nutrition, exercise, activity, medications and more.

This course is available in both e-learning and PDF formats.

 

Ready to Grow Your Learning Library?

Whether you’re looking for a single course you can teach in-person, or an entire catalog of e-learning options you can assign and track from anywhere, intheknow has the solution you need.

Request a quote today to find out how easy it is to fit

professionally prepared caregiver training into your budget!

 

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