Attention health professionals! The Check, Think and Act is a printable resource designed by Jayne Lehmann. Health professionals can use it to show people with diabetes what their blood glucose numbers mean and what they can do when levels are too low or high. Useful as a teaching resource and handout to make a complex issue simple to understand and apply. Payment includes limited copyright agreement.
Diabetes educators and other health professionals can use this printable, A4 paper resource to teach people with diabetes what their blood glucose levels mean and how they can act to get them back into the healthy range. Laminated it is a teaching resource; paper based a take home handout for people with diabetes. This cost effective and simple resource supports the person with diabetes to look at the number on their meter before the full-stop (decimal place). The number is matched, depending on timing to the before meal and 2 hour after meal number line to identify if it is low (red), healthy (green) or high (orange). Underneath each colour section are actions a person can take to get their numbers back into the healthy range. The handout reinforces to check the number, think about what it means and then act on it for good diabetes health and wellbeing.
Limited Copyright Agreement: Included in the purchase price for health professionals of the Check, Think and Act resource is a limited copyright agreement for use of the resource with people with diabetes seen in the course of the purchasers’ diabetes care and support role. Copies of the Check, Think and Act can be made for patient education purposes, with the provision of copies only to individuals with diabetes. The resource can not be sold or replicated for use by other health professionals without the payment of the purchase fee from this website.