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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention - Leading the effort to treat and prevent diabetes in American Indians and Alaska Natives



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Active play feels great! Active play feels great!

Full-color poster in PDF format features a boy holding a basketball. Parents learn that children need about 2 hours of active play each day. Best if printed on a color printer, letter size. 
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Youth Educators Exercise

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DETS Curriculum: A Balancing Act: Preventing Diabetes (Grades 7-8, Science) DETS Curriculum: A Balancing Act: Preventing Diabetes (Grades 7-8, Science)

226-page curriculum (fifth of a 7-volume set) for grades 5-6 focusing on Science. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.    

Curriculum Youth Educators DETS

Diabetes Prevention
DETS Curriculum: All Life Is Connected: Lifestyle, Environment, and Diabetes (Grades 5-6, Social Studies) DETS Curriculum: All Life Is Connected: Lifestyle, Environment, and Diabetes (Grades 5-6, Social Studies)

156-page curriculum (third of a 7-volume set) for grades 5-6 focusing on Social Studies. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.  

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DETS Curriculum: Diabetes and American Indian/Alaska Native Health (Grades 9-12, Health) DETS Curriculum: Diabetes and American Indian/Alaska Native Health (Grades 9-12, Health)

170-page curriculum (sixth of a 7-volume set) for grades 9-12 focusing on Health. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.  

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DETS Curriculum: Health Is Life in Balance (Grades 3-4) DETS Curriculum: Health Is Life in Balance (Grades 3-4)

394-page curriculum (second of a 7-volume set) for grades 3-4. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.  

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DETS Curriculum: Health Is Life in Balance (Grades K-2) DETS Curriculum: Health Is Life in Balance (Grades K-2)

454-page curriculum (first of a 7-volume set) for grades K-2. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.  

Curriculum Youth Educators DETS

Diabetes Prevention
DETS Curriculum: Life in Balance (Grades 7-8, Social Studies) DETS Curriculum: Life in Balance (Grades 7-8, Social Studies)

138-page curriculum (fourth of a 7-volume set) for grades 7-8 focusing on Social Studies. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community, scientific knowledge of health, and diabetes by maintaining life in balance. 

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DETS Curriculum: Life in Balance: Understanding Homeostasis and Diabetes (Grades 9-12, Science) DETS Curriculum: Life in Balance: Understanding Homeostasis and Diabetes (Grades 9-12, Science)

230-page curriculum (seventh of a 7-volume set) for grades 9-12 focusing on Science. Goals of this curriculum is to increase individual, community and scientific knowledge of health and diabetes by maintaining life in balance.  

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Eagle Book Series: A Guide for Educators and Communities Eagle Book Series: A Guide for Educators and Communities

60 page Guide on how to use the set of 4 Eagle Books for cultural, physical, and nutritional activities.  The activities, designed for classrooms (Head Start through 4th grade) and other community sites (e.g., home, libraries, community centers), are organized into five areas - storytelling, Native American culture and health, learning about healthy foods, participating in physical activity and diabetes prevention. 
Guide/Manual Youth Educators Behavioral Health

Diabetes Prevention

Eagle Book Series
Helping the Student with Diabetes Succeed - A Guide for School Personnel  Helping the Student with Diabetes Succeed - A Guide for School Personnel

148-page guide. Developed by National Diabetes Education Program to educate and inform school personnel about diabetes, how it is managed and how each member of the school staff can help meet students' needs and make the school experience safe for students with diabetes. Includes information on new technologies for checking blood sugar and administering insulin.  
Guide/Manual Youth Educators General Diabetes
Native Youth Lead the Way Native Youth Lead the Way

Full-color poster display in PDF format of Native youth role modeling diabetes prevention. Each 8.5” by 11” poster features a portrait of a Native youth engaged in a traditional activity: exercising, spending time outdoors, and exploring his/her unique talent. The display includes seven posters, one title sheet (Native,Youth Lead the Way) and a how-to-use guide. 
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Youth Educators Diabetes Prevention

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Youth Staying Healthy: A Diabetes Prevention Curriculum for Youth ages 8-12  Youth Staying Healthy: A Diabetes Prevention Curriculum for Youth ages 8-12

CD ROM contains PDF pages of the 314-page curriculum in 8 teaching sessions to be used by health care professionals to provide diabetes prevention education to youth ages 8-12 and their family members in one-on-one or group settings.  

CD Youth Educators General Diabetes
Youth Staying Healthy: A Type 2 Diabetes Curriculum for Teens Youth Staying Healthy: A Type 2 Diabetes Curriculum for Teens

CD ROM contains PDF pages of the 631-page curriculum in 15 teaching sessions to be used by health care professionals to provide diabetes education to youth ages 13-18 and their family members in one-on-one or group settings.  
CD Youth Educators Diabetes Prevention
Being active is traditional! Being active is traditional!

Full-color poster in PDF format features a Hualapai teen holding a basketball. Quick information is listed in a box that tells how she stays active, enjoys learning about Hualapai culture, and wants to role model good health to youth. Best if printed on a color printer, letter size. 
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Being multicultural is traditional! Being multicultural is traditional!

Full-color poster in PDF format features a Colville teen in traditional and modern clothing. Quick information is listed in a box that tells how she stays active by powwow dancing, eats traditional foods, and shows respect for her family. Best if printed on a color printer, letter size. 
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Harvesting food is traditional! Harvesting food is traditional!

Full-color poster in PDF format features a Skokomish teen holding freshly-harvested vegetables. Quick information is listed in a box that tells his favorite vegetable, how he avoids pop, fast food, drugs, and alcohol, and his motto to make his family proud. Best if printed on a color printer, letter size. 
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Having self-discipline is traditional! Having self-discipline is traditional!

Full-color poster in PDF format features a Shoshone/Paiute boy in a martial arts pose. Quick information is listed in a box that tells his favorite sports of basketball and soccer, how he limits screen time to 30 minutes a day, and how he values his Native culture. Best if printed on a color printer, letter size. 
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The Trickster of Two Rabbit Mountain The Trickster of Two Rabbit Mountain

369-page novel is the third of a trilogy, for preteens and teens. It continues the story of Rain, Boomer, Hummingbird and Simon, as they venture to a southern Indian reservation. Readers meet two new characters, Sigigi, a young man of the “Little People,” and “the Two Rabbit,” a comical storyteller. The story reinforces health messages from the first two novels. It also encourages readers to appreciate the benefits and challenges of learning another language.  
Book Youth

Youth Educators
Diabetes Prevention
You can help him get the sleep he needs. You can help him get the sleep he needs.

Full-color poster in PDF format features a Navajo/Acoma boy holding a stuffed animal as he sleeps. Parents learn why plentiful sleep is important, especially for children. Quick information is listed in a box telling how much sleep children of different age groups need. Best if printed on a color printer, letter size. 
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Eagle Book Series Eagle Book Series

Set of 4 Eagle Books for pre-school through grade school children, beautifully illustrated with Native American characters and wise animals. These books inspire and encourage young readers to find joy in physical activity, eating healthy foods, and learning about health and diabetes prevention.  A teachers guide entitled The Eagle Book Series: A Guide for
Educators and Communities
is also available on the catalog.  
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From Crazy to Control From Crazy to Control

4-page article about Raquel Yepez (Western Shoshone) who calls her former eating style “crazy eating.” Raquel tells how family stress caused her to overeat and how a tribal weight loss challenge helped her start losing weight. Written by Raquel, this article lists six steps she practices daily to stay at a healthy weight.

 
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From Heart Problems to Heart Health From Heart Problems to Heart Health

2-page article features Perry Dyea (Laguna-Kawaika) who had unstable angina. He started exercising and eating right, but suddenly quit his healthy lifestyle, gained weight and needed bypass surgery. Perry’s honest story will motivate clients to take steps now to avoid what Perry went through. Article lists tips to a healthy heart and six signs of a heart attack and heart disease.

 
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Heart

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Health for Native Life (Number 4) Health for Native Life (Number 4)

Health for Native Life magazine features real-life stories of Native Americans and Alaska Natives who are taking steps to prevent or manage diabetes.  

Magazine Patients/Clients Diabetes Prevention

General Diabetes
How to Survive the Miles and the Temptations How to Survive the Miles and the Temptations

2-page article about two Native women who share tips on how they help their families eat healthy while traveling to relatives' tribes powwows and rodeos. One has diabetes and the other does not. They suggest packing coolers of healthy foods to help resist convenience store temptations.

 
Printable Materials Patients/Clients Nutrition
Hummingbird's Squash Hummingbird's Squash

394-page novel for preteens and teens, Hummingbird’s Squash continues the story of the Coyote and The Turtle’s Dream characters which orginated from the set of 4 Eagle Books. In this book, Hummingbird pursues an ambitious plan to grow healthy foods that will help the community prevent type 2 diabetes. As the book progresses, she learns what it means to embrace all of one’s relatives and honor the wisdom of ancestors. Features captivating drawings and a glossary. 
Book Patients/Clients

Youth

Youth Educators
Behavioral Health

Diabetes Prevention

Eagle Book Series

Nutrition
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