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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.  
Diabetes Prevention Youth Educators CD
Curriculum
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.  

General Diabetes Youth Educators CD
Curriculum
Your Child Will Feel Great by Playing, Laughing, & Eating Well Your Child Will Feel Great by Playing, Laughing, & Eating Well

Article lists ways to help children stay at healthy weights, and not be overweight or obese.

 
Diabetes Prevention
Physical Activity/Exercise
Weight
Newsletter Editors Media Tools
Young Man Finds His Way with the Help of Family, and by Making Sacrifices (Article – Color) Young Man Finds His Way with the Help of Family, and by Making Sacrifices (Article – Color)

Color 8.5” by 11” article in PDF format to forward to newsletter editors. Tells the story Jon Garcia, a young Isleta Pueblo father, and how he is improving his life and his relationship with his daughter. Ends with a list of questions to help readers reflect. Designed to be used with a public service announcement.

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Men's Health Newsletter Editors Media Tools
You Can Help Your Family Lower Their Cholesterol (Article – Black & White) You Can Help Your Family Lower Their Cholesterol (Article – Black & White)

Black and white 5” X 8.5” article provides four ways to reduce risk for heart disease and features a basic bean soup recipe.

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Heart Newsletter Editors Media Tools
You Can Help Your Child Get Enough Sleep and Be Calmer, Happier, and Healthier You Can Help Your Child Get Enough Sleep and Be Calmer, Happier, and Healthier

Article tells what may happen if their children don't get enough sleep, how much each age group needs, and tips to helping children go to bed and fall asleep.

 
Diabetes Prevention Newsletter Editors Media Tools
You can help him get the sleep he needs. You can help him get the sleep he needs.

PSA informs parents that children need a certain number of hours of sleep each day.

 
Behavioral Health
Health Promotion
Newsletter Editors
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Media Tools
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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Diabetes Prevention Youth
Youth Educators
Self-print
You can help her stay strong and healthy You can help her stay strong and healthy

PSA in PDF format to forward to newsletter editors. Encourages parents to help youth stay healthy by cultivating healthy habits including exercise, getting enough sleep, being happy, and connecting to nature and Spirit.

 
Diabetes Prevention
Physical Activity/Exercise
Newsletter Editors Media Tools
Working With the Diabetes Health Care Team Working With the Diabetes Health Care Team

This one-page, colorful handout offers a schedule of routine medical care recommendations for managing diabetes, as well as topics to discuss with diabetes educators for support in learning to live well with diabetes.

Options:
  • Order tear-off pad of 50 sheets
  • Self-print using 8½ x 11 paper
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Behavioral Health
Blood Glucose
General Diabetes
Health Promotion
Elders
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Youth Educators
Self-print
Tear-off Pad
Why We Gain Weight, How We Lose Weight Why We Gain Weight, How We Lose Weight

5-page article featuring three members of the Catawba Tribe of South Carolina who tell how depression caused them to gain weight and how family and spiritual beliefs helped them overcome depression, start losing weight and become joyful. Two others share quick weight loss tips including Moments of Change and What Helped Me Change.

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Behavioral Health
Weight
Patients/Clients Self-print
Whole Wheat Fry Bread Whole Wheat Fry Bread

1-page tool offers an easy-to-follow recipe for healthier whole wheat fry bread. Includes calories and fat grams. Photo of fry bread pieces illustrates what a portion size should be.

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Nutrition Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Self-print
What's the Big Deal About Whole Grains? What's the Big Deal About Whole Grains?

2-page education tool for teens and preteens. Explains whole grains, what they are, and why they are good for your body. Includes a quick quiz with answers.

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Diabetes Prevention
Nutrition
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Youth
Youth Educators
Self-print
What Wise Women Know What Wise Women Know

3-page article features Charmayne Druley (Tlingit) a great role model of how to be a devoted wife and mother, and take care of your health and your heart. She shares five things she does regularly to keep her heart healthy. Includes (Questions and Answers About Women and Heart Disease.)

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Heart Patients/Clients Self-print
Walk. Have fun. Prevent diabetes. Walk. Have fun. Prevent diabetes.

PSA in PDF format to forward to newsletter editors. Encourages people to make walking a habit to help prevent or manage diabetes.

 
Diabetes Prevention
General Diabetes
Physical Activity/Exercise
Newsletter Editors Media Tools
Using your talent is traditional! Using your talent is traditional!

Full-color poster in PDF format features a Navajo teen holding a clarinet. Quick information is listed in a box that tells how she stays active by playing tennis, did a Sunrise Dance to honor her family, and plans to encourage Native youth to play music. Best if printed on a color printer, letter size.

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Diabetes Prevention
Physical Activity/Exercise
Patients/Clients
Youth
Youth Educators
Self-print
Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes – Updated 2017 Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes – Updated 2017

This is a 151-page, full-color book written by Barbara Mora (Paiute/Diné). Barbara describes her emotional journey with diabetes through a cultural perspective. She also shares her struggle with denial and depression before learning how to take care of herself and her diabetes, helping her to live a joyful life. A must-read for those living with diabetes, their family members or support system, and health care providers wanting to better understand the emotional impact of having diabetes.

If you are hosting a class or event for American Indian/Alaska Native people and would like to request more than the posted quantity limit, please call 1-844-447-3387 or email diabetesprogram@ihs.gov. 
Behavioral Health
General Diabetes
Elders
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Book
Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes (2008) - Chapter 1 - The Myth of Diabetes Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes (2008) - Chapter 1 - The Myth of Diabetes

Listen as the author takes you along on her personal journey – listen to all ten chapters by clicking on the blue button below.

Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes is the story of a Paiute/Dinè womans journey with diabetes. Barbara Mora wrote this book to help other American Indians, Alaska Natives and all those who are beginning their journeys with diabetes.

IHS Division of Diabetes is proud to be a part of this publication. The production of this book is a reflection of the Division mission. We are grateful to Barbara Mora for sharing her story in such an honest and heartfelt way.
(15:33 minutes)
Audio [MP3 – 14.6 MB] | Transcript [PDF – 12.5 MB]

Listen to Chapters 2-10 
Behavioral Health
Diabetes Prevention
General Diabetes
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Podcast
Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes  (2008) Using Our Wit and Wisdom to Live Well with Diabetes (2008)

Three audio CD set of the 2008 book written by Barbara Mora (Paiute/Dine), recorded by the author, complete with audio effects and flute music played by Bob Mora, the author's husband. Barbara talks about her emotional journey with diabetes, and how she battled with denial and depression before learning how to take care of herself and live a joyful life. A valuable inspirational tool for those newly diagnosed with diabetes, those in denial or depressed because of diabetes, and health care providers wanting to better understand the emotional impact of a diabetes diagnosis.  
Behavioral Health
General Diabetes
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
CD
Type 2 Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease <span class=Updated" width="120" /> Type 2 Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease Updated

Clinicians may use this tool as a quick reference to treatment algorithms based on national guidelines and the Standards of Care and Clinical Practice Recommendations: Type 2 Diabetes.

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General Diabetes
Kidney
Medication
Health Care Professionals Algorithm
Type 2 Diabetes - Lipid and Aspirin Therapy Type 2 Diabetes - Lipid and Aspirin Therapy

Clinicians may use this tool as a quick reference to treatment algorithms based on national guidelines and the Standards of Care and Clinical Practice Recommendations: Type 2 Diabetes.

Download Now! [PDF – 128 KB] 
General Diabetes
Heart
Medication
Health Care Professionals Algorithm
Tulalip Community Garden Tulalip Community Garden

Tulalip Tribe's SDPI team describes starting a community gardening project for families.

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(Running time: 6:48) 
Diabetes Prevention
Health Promotion
Physical Activity/Exercise
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Video
Tucson Indian Center Native Youth Coalition Make a Difference, AZ Tucson Indian Center Native Youth Coalition Make a Difference, AZ

A public service announcement of Native youth talking about how they are pledging to never start smoking. They describe activities they enjoy such as sports and playing music.

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(Running time: 3:23) 
Tobacco Cessation Program Staff
Youth
Youth Educators
Video
Tricky Treats. Animated Eagle Book Video Tricky Treats. Animated Eagle Book Video

Tricky Treats, the fourth book in the Eagle Book children's book series, introduces Coyote, a trickster who attempts to trick the children into eating unhealthy foods. The children ultimately learn the importance of avoiding tricky treats when choosing foods to eat.

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(Running time: 10:51)
 
Eagle Book Series
Health Promotion
Program Staff
Youth
Youth Educators
Digital Book
Transgenerational Trauma, Soul Wounding and Effects on Families and Communities: The Impact of History on Present Day Chronic Illnesses Transgenerational Trauma, Soul Wounding and Effects on Families and Communities: The Impact of History on Present Day Chronic Illnesses

Eduardo Duran, PhD, talks about historical trauma and the effects of trauma on Native American/Alaska Native families and communities.
(1 hour 57 minutes)

MP3 [110 MB] | Transcript [PDF – 189 KB] 

Behavioral Health Health Care Professionals
Program Staff
Podcast