Module 1. Overview of diabetes care

Module 1 – Overview of Diabetes Care is the first module in the Diabetes Care in the Community online training program, providing participants with a general update on diabetes care.

It is important to note that disability support organisations wanting to train their staff require a more comprehensive training and evaluation than this single module will provide. To find out more contact Jayne Lehmann (jayne@edhealth.com.au or Mobile 0412 102 048).

Module 2 Blood glucose monitoring and Module 3 on Insulin administration and support are offered separately.

*** Please note this product is for individual enrolments only.  Disability organisations can contact Jayne Lehmann (jayne@edhealth.com.au or phone 0412 102 048) to discuss and purchase seats to the full online program, which is more comprehensive and can be customised to the organisations needs. ***

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Module 1 – Overview of Diabetes Care is the first module in the Diabetes Care in the Community online training program, providing participants with a general update on diabetes care.

It is important to note that disability support organisations wanting to train their staff require a more comprehensive training and evaluation than this single module will provide. To find out more contact Jayne Lehmann (jayne@edhealth.com.au or Mobile 0412 102 048).

Module 2 Blood glucose monitoring and Module 3 on Insulin administration and support are offered separately.

*** Please note this product is for individual enrolments only.  Disability organisations can contact Jayne Lehmann (jayne@edhealth.com.au or phone 0412 102 048) to discuss and purchase seats to the full online program, which is more comprehensive and can be customised to the organisations needs. ***

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Diabetes is on the rise and so too the need for people to gain an improved understanding of how to support someone with their diabetes management. Jayne Lehmann RN CDE designed the Diabetes Care in the Community on-line education course for disability support workers to gain the knowledge and skills to provide quality diabetes care.

Module 1 – Overview of Diabetes Care is the first module in the Diabetes Care in the Community online training program, providing participants with a general update on diabetes care.

It is important to note that disability support organisations wanting to train their staff require a more comprehensive training and evaluation than this single module will provide. To find out more contact Jayne Lehmann (jayne@edhealth.com.au or Mobile 0412 102 048).

The program is of interest to those looking for a general diabetes update.

This course will benefit people working in health and mental health services or family carers who want to:

  • Broaden their diabetes knowledge and skills
  • Gain an understanding of community diabetes care for people with a disability or psychosocial disability
  • Gain knowledge and skills in supporting people to check, think and act on their blood glucose levels for good health, while being actively involved in the process to the best of their ability

Contacts: E: jayne@edhealth.com.au          M:  0412 102 048

Author: Edhealth Australia

I have written and produced the Diabetes Care in the Community Course for Support Workers. I am also the administrator of the course.

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