Diabetes Education Resources in Arabic / العربية

CHILD/FAMILY EDUCATION MATERIALS

Fact sheets

From Association Badil at the Hôpital d’enfants in Rabat, Morocco

  • Diabetes 
  • Daily tests
  • Hypoglycaemia
  • Hyperglycaemia
  • Exercise
  • Meal planning
  • Titration (some principles)

From Australian Diabetes Council in Sydney, Australia

  • What is type 1 diabetes?
  • What is hypoglycaemia?
  • Blood Glucose Monitoring?
  • Insulin and Type 1 diabetes?
  • Physical Activity and type 1 diabetes?
  • Healthy Eating and Type 1 diabetes?

Other materials for children/youth

Resources not yet available, please see other pages particularly English, French, Spanish

Parent manuals

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Interactive sites

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Videos

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Links

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HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION MATERIALS

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The materials on these pages, and the links to other sites, contain diabetes education materials developed by health professionals and associations for particular local settings. The International Diabetes Federation, Australian Diabetes Council and HOPE worldwide (Australia) do not accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy or applicability of these materials to individual circumstances. Please check the applicability of the materials to your situation. For children and their families – do not make any changes to your treatment without first discussing this with your doctor.

If you have any materials that may be suitable for the site, or needs in any languages please contact us at robyns@australiandiabetescouncil.com. Health professionals are welcome to translate the materials into other languages, but before distributing such a translation please have it carefully checked by another health professional who is expert in diabetes care and also fluent in both languages concerned. Please also credit the institution who developed the original resource.