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Baylor provides a variety of diabetes education programs. Our self-management education programs are recognized by the American Diabetes Association and cover topics that are key to living successfully with diabetes.
This program is held in a group class setting. Each class is two hours and covers topics to help you manage your diabetes including:
A comprehensive assessment and review of self-care behaviors is conducted. This one-on-one program is designed to meet each individual's educational needs.
This program is developed expressly to serve the needs of the woman whose pregnancy has been complicated with diabetes. Education consists of intensive, individual meal planning, instruction in blood glucose and ketone testing, exercise plans as recommended by the physician and insulin therapy when required. After the initial training, blood glucose records are reviewed weekly by an educator for the remainder of the pregnancy.
Comprehensive assessment, education and support for individuals choosing to use an insulin pump.
Assessment, education and support for individuals who are starting on insulin or another injectable anti-diabetes medication.
The prediabetes program is for the individual with prediabetes or dysmetabolic syndrome. This small group class or 1:1 instruction focuses on healthy eating, regular exercise and control of cardiovascular risk factors, which can often reduce the risk of progression to Type 2 diabetes.
Self-management education programs are held at Baylor facilities throughout the Metroplex, so education is accessible no matter where you live or work.
We provide direct billing to your insurance company or managed care plan. You don't have to worry about filing claims or filling out forms. Talk to your physician today about Baylor's program to see if it's right for you.
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