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Diabetic Care

This program promotes the self-management and independent monitoring of those with diabetes, enabling them to take control of their lives, sustain healthy personal habits and reduce re-hospitalizations. Diabetic Care is tailored to the individual’s specific needs and learning abilities, providing in-home health care, caregiver support and education for insulin and non-insulin dependent diabetics.

Working under the care plan approved by the referring physician, and adapted from the guidelines of the American Diabetes Association, our interdisciplinary team provides a holistic approach that includes:

  • Instruction in self-injection of insulin
  • Comprehensive patient assessment
  • Instruction in disease process
  • Blood glucose monitoring and glucometer instruction
  • ADA diet instruction and counseling
  • Medication management and education
  • Skin care and personal care instruction
  • Diabetic foot care
  • Individual home exercise programs
  • Prevention of disease-related complications
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