Author, spokesperson and diabetes care and education specialist Hope Warshaw RD, CDE, BC-ADM joins the Huddle to discuss peer support, the topic of AADE’s new perspectives in practice paper. In this episode, she shares practical tips on how you can use peer support to complement the care, introduces useful assessment tools found in the paper, and illustrates how you can adapt and individualize the information to fit the needs of your practice and clients.
AADE’s Peer Support for Healthcare Professionals Content Page: DiabetesEducator.org/PeerSupportForHCP
AADE’s Peer Support Perspectives in Practice Paper: http://bit.ly/36RzCPV
Lifescan Diabetes Institute Webinar: The Social Context of Managing Diabetes : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qTDqegUNj8
Peers for Progress: http://peersforprogress.org/
Educators and Peer Support Communities: Working Together for the Good of People with Diabetes
In October 2017 AADE worked with the technology work group to bring together stakeholders from the peer support communities and AADE/diabetes educator communities to identify ways in which both groups can work together to better serve those affected by diabetes. This is a report from that meeting.
Building Bridges Through Collaboration and Consensus: Expanding Awareness and Use of Peer Support and Peer Support Communities Among People With Diabetes, Caregivers, and Health Care Providers
Hope Warshaw, David Edelman
First published November 4, 2018