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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. 

DETS Youth Educators Curriculum
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.  

DETS Youth Educators Curriculum
Development of Indigenous Knowledge in Public Health: Epistemic Diversity as an Essential Component of Health Equity Development of Indigenous Knowledge in Public Health: Epistemic Diversity as an Essential Component of Health Equity

Bonnie Duran, PhD talks about new scholarship on Western knowledge production and how the production of this knowledge has affected health disparities among indigenous peoples in the U.S. and worldwide.
(53:34 minutes)

MP3 [25 MB] | Transcript [PDF – 140 KB] | Handout [PDF – 2.6 MB] 

Behavioral Health Health Care Professionals
Program Staff
Podcast
Diabetes Basics Diabetes Basics

2-page tool is an easy-to-read question and answer sheet explaining prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. It helps patients and clients better understand how to prevent diabetes, and helps the newly-diagnosed to obtain a basic understanding of diabetes and diabetes management.

Download Now! [PDF – 488 KB] 
Diabetes Prevention
General Diabetes
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Self-print
Diabetic Eye Disease Diabetic Eye Disease

This 2-page easy to read handout describes diabetic eye disease and the importance of having an eye exam every year to prevent or slow eye disease.

Options:
  • Order tear-off pad of 50 sheets
  • Self-print
Download Now! [PDF – 1.4 MB] 
Eyes Elders
Health Care Professionals
Self-print
Tear-off Pad
Doctor Can You Hear My Spirit? Collision or Collaboration as Two Worlds Meet in Clinic Doctor Can You Hear My Spirit? Collision or Collaboration as Two Worlds Meet in Clinic

Helen Maldonado, PA-C, CDE, sheds personal light on the subject of being a Native woman working for her community as a medical provider with experience in traditional healing.
(54:16 minutes)

MP3 [25 MB] | Transcript [PDF – 137 KB] | Handout [PDF – 825 KB] 

Behavioral Health Health Care Professionals
Program Staff
Podcast
Double Your Fun! Double Your Fun!

PSA in PDF format to forward to newsletter editors. Encourages parents and grandparents to enjoy being physically active outdoors with children.

 
Diabetes Prevention
Physical Activity/Exercise
Newsletter Editors Media Tools
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. 
Behavioral Health
Diabetes Prevention
Eagle Book Series
Nutrition
Physical Activity/Exercise
Patients/Clients
Youth
Youth Educators
Book
Eagle Book Series - Animated Version DVD Eagle Book Series - Animated Version DVD

Animated DVD version of the set of 4 Eagle Books for pre-school through grade school children, beautifully illustrated and narrated with Native American characters and wise animals. This DVD inspires and encourages young ones 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.  
Diabetes Prevention
Eagle Book Series
Youth
Youth Educators
DVD
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. 
Behavioral Health
Diabetes Prevention
Eagle Book Series
Youth Educators Guide/Manual
Esther Felipe: At 77 Years Old, She Walks Her Talk! Esther Felipe: At 77 Years Old, She Walks Her Talk!

3-page article features Acoma Pueblo member, Esther Felipe, who entered her first 3-mile run, at age 57. That was 20 years ago! Now Esther runs 5Ks, 10Ks, and half marathons. She is an unstoppable role model. Readers will come away with the knowledge that a person is never "too old” to start getting fit.

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Diabetes Prevention
General Diabetes
Health Promotion
Physical Activity/Exercise
Elders
Patients/Clients
Self-print
Fast Food Plan That Works! Fast Food Plan That Works!

2-page article about how Grace Goad (Timbisha Shoshone) changed her fast food eating habits to reach two goals: to live as long as her mother - 105 years, and to be able to easily bend down and put on her socks. Options for healthy eating away from home are offered for several fast food restaurant menus.

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Nutrition
Weight
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Self-print
Fitness, Feelings & Family Fitness, Feelings & Family

2-page article explores fitness trainer DeWayne Ungers (Siletz) life as an urban Indian, and how he is raising his three children in ways that are different from his own upbringing, while still instilling in them an appreciation for their Native heritage.

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Men's Health
Physical Activity/Exercise
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Self-print
Food Insecurity Assessment Tool and Resource List Food Insecurity Assessment Tool and Resource List

2-page tool to find out if your patients/clients have food insecurity and give them contact information of community food resources. Provides two questions for health care providers/program staff to ask that screen for food insecurity. Second page can be filled out with community food resource information, and given to patients/clients or set out in gathering places.

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Nutrition Health Care Professionals
Program Staff
Self-print
Four Tucson Families Keeping Kids Healthy Four Tucson Families Keeping Kids Healthy

Four Native American families describe returning to traditional ways of eating to reduce their risk for developing diabetes.

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(Running time: 3:12) 
Diabetes Prevention
Nutrition
Health Care Professionals
Program Staff
Youth
Youth Educators
Video
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.

Download Now! [PDF – 1.5 MB] 
Nutrition
Physical Activity/Exercise
Weight
Patients/Clients Self-print
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.

Download Now! [PDF – 1.0 MB] 
Behavioral Health
Heart
Weight
Patients/Clients Self-print
Gen 7 Magazine - You Are the Seventh Generation (Number 2) Gen 7 Magazine - You Are the Seventh Generation (Number 2)

Gen 7 is a magazine for Native American and Alaska Native youth. Its focus is to help prevent and manage diabetes through positive peer role modeling. The magazine features stories about youth eating healthy, being physically active, learning about their culture, and practicing respect for themselves and others.  
Diabetes Prevention
General Diabetes
Nutrition
Physical Activity/Exercise
Patients/Clients
Youth
Youth Educators
Magazine
Gestational Diabetes - How to Have a Healthy Baby Gestational Diabetes - How to Have a Healthy Baby

24-page basic booklet that defines gestational diabetes, and how to stay healthy if you have it. It also talks about the risk for developing diabetes after giving birth, and how to lower the risk for diabetes. Easy to read. 
Pregnancy Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Booklet/Brochure
Give from the heart. Receive from the heart. Give from the heart. Receive from the heart.

PSA in PDF format to forward to newsletter editors. Encourages people to give and receive during the holiday season as a way to find peace and reduce sadness/depression.

 
Behavioral Health Newsletter Editors Media Tools
Glucose Management in Type 2 Diabetes Glucose Management in Type 2 Diabetes

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 – 108 KB] 
Blood Glucose Health Care Professionals Algorithm
Happy. Active. Life as usual. Happy. Active. Life as usual.

PSA in PDF horizontal format to forward to newsletter editors. Designed to give confidence to people with diabetes and build empathy and support among family members and friends.

 
General Diabetes
Health Promotion
Newsletter Editors Media Tools
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.

Download Now! [PDF – 6.7 MB] 
Behavioral Health
Diabetes Prevention
Nutrition
Youth
Youth Educators
Self-print
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.

Download Now! [PDF – 5.8 MB] 
Behavioral Health
Diabetes Prevention
Physical Activity/Exercise
Weight
Youth
Youth Educators
Self-print
Health for Native Life  (Diabetes Prevention Program Special Edition) Health for Native Life (Diabetes Prevention Program Special Edition)

Health for Native Life magazine features real-life stories of Native Americans and Alaska Natives who are taking steps to prevent or manage diabetes. This is a special edition featuring stories about the Diabetes Prevention Program and some of its participants. 

Diabetes Prevention
General Diabetes
Weight
Health Care Professionals
Patients/Clients
Program Staff
Magazine