Associação de Diabetes Juvenil

Address :
Rue Padre Antonio Tomas, 213
Sao Paulo CEP 05003-010
Brazil
Telephone number :
+55-1136753266
Email :
adj@adj.org.br
Website :
http://www.adj.org.br
Facebook :
https://www.facebook.com/ADJDiabetesBrasil
Twitter :
https://twitter.com/ADJ_Diabetes_BR
Founded in :
1980
Member of IDF since :
2000
Number of members :
1564

About

Associação de Diabetes Juvenil (ADJ) is a non-governmental and not-for-profit entity, founded in 1980. Its goal is to aware and educate people with diabetes, family, health professionals and the general population.

The ADJ helps people with all types of diabetes of any age and socioeconomic class, through the work of integrated multidisciplinary team and volunteers. The organization promotes educational activities

Main Focus

  • To support people with diabetes
  • To provide education
  • To increase awareness


Activities

  • ADJJur - Legal Advice on Diabetes
  • Art Therapy
  • Blood Glucose Testing
  • Coffee with the Doctor
  • Conversation Maps
  • Count Carbohydrates
  • Day by day with Diabetes
  • Dental Evaluation and Guidance
  • Educating Educators - Course for Health Professionals
  • Enhancement for Pharmaceutical
  • Groups Experiences
  • Initial Interview
  • Lectures Education
  • Lecture on Insulin Pump
  • Pharmaceutical Care
  • Podiatry
  • Prevention Campaigns
  • Private Consultation Nursing, Nutrition and Psychology
  • Summer Camp for Children and Youth with Diabetes
  • Learn more here about activities organised by the Association for World Diabetes Day.

 

Publications & Newsletters

ADJ publishes the quarterly "ADJ’s Magazine" that leads to the associated members reports on new treatments, products and services.

Message from the President

Mr Carlos José Augusto Da Costa “All of our services and activities focus on diabetes education as a way of ensuring a better quality of life for people with diabetes. Our work also includes family, health professionals and the general community.”

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