Welcome to WADE, The Washington Association of Diabetes Educators
We are members of the Washington Association of Diabetes Educators (WADE) and the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE). AADE believes that behavior change can be most effectively achieved using the AADE7 Self-Care Behaviors™ framework. The 7 self-care behaviors are healthy eating, being active, monitoring, taking medication, problem solving, reducing risks and healthy coping. Use the left navigation menu to learn more about these behaviors. The information posted is not a substitute for the comprehensive education you will receive from diabetes educator. Find an educator and program near you
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There are many benefits of being WADE/AADE member. You don’t have to be a certified educator to join. Find out more about the benefits and how to join.
UNA ALIMENTACION SALUABLE (HEALTHY EATING)
MANTENERSE ACTIVO (BEING ACTIVE)
TOMAR MEDICAMENTOS (TAKING MEDICATIONS)
RESOLUCION DE PROBLEMAS (PROBLEM SOLVING)
REDUCCION DE RIESGOS (REDUCING RISKS)
AFRONTAMIENTO SALUDABLE (HEALTHY COPING)
CONTROLE SU DIABETES Guía para el cuidado de su salud Tómese todo el tiempo que necesite para leer esta guía. Su propósito es ayudarle a conocer cómo controlar los problemas que la diabetes puede causar.
[PDF: Lo que usted debe saber sobre la diabetes gestacional (What you need to know about gestational diabetes)]
[PDF: Lo que usted debe saber sobre prepararme para el embarazo si tengo diabetes What you should know about preparing for pregnancy if I have diabetes]