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American Diabetes Association Latino Programs

Resources for reaching out to the Latino community, including information about community events, and a section for Spanish-speaking people where they can learn about diabetes and how to better manage it.

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Learning About Diabetes, Inc.

A website providing free easy-to-understand diabetes self-care information; low literacy diabetes care programs; and culturally sensitive Spanish-language programs and educational materials.

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National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP)

The NDEP has a number of publications available at no cost to those who have diabetes, those at risk for the disease, health care professionals and others who care for people with diabetes. These are offered in a variety of languages, including Spanish. There is also a section for Spanish-speaking individuals to learn more about diabetes.

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National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)

A variety of free patient education materials for Spanish-speaking individuals on a variety of health topics.

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Professional Education Summit
Emerging Trends in Diabetes Care

Saturday, October 17, 2015

EvergreenHealth Medical Center
Kirkland, WA
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

The ADA's first annual CME event in Washington State is designed for primary care physicians, pharmacists, dietitians, nurses, certified diabetes educators, and other healthcare professionals with an interest in diabetes. The Summit is sponsored by Premera Blue Cross and EvergreenHealth.

Register and Learn More:
Online registration only. Space is limited. Go to: 

Have General Questions? 
Contact Brenda Wright at or (206) 282-4616 ext. 7223.


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