Information Does Not Equal Action
Let’s face it – there’s a crunch when it comes to being able to ask questions, perform exams and still have a connection with your patients. When a patient comes in with an elevated A1C, has just changed insurance and reports that test strip prices have doubled, and they’re in the middle of a divorce, what options do you have to help? What do you do in the limited about of time available?
For People with Diabetes
Emotional Understanding for an Intense Balancing Act
There is no other disease that requires such an intense amount of self maintenance. We are given a great deal of information and then told to go home and manage this ourselves.
I offer emotional support and practical help in living a life with Diabetes. What do you do if you have all the information in the world, but no idea where to start? What if you just feel alone in a pile of pills, test strips and data and would love to talk to someone who understands?
My mission is to create a supportive environment that works with the emotional and social aspects of diabetes care and integrate that into your day to day management of Diabetes.
Emotional support for the newly diagnosed, the completely overwhelmed and those who just need someone to talk to, for people or parents of children with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes.”
You are not alone!
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