Parents and Adults Books


Type 1 Diabetes Caregiver Confidence: A Guide for Caregivers of Children Living with Type 1 Diabetes

Upon reading Type 1 Diabetes Caregiver Confidence, parents will feel more confident in allowing their child to be in the care of others, while caregivers will feel more confident in their ability to care for a child with type 1 diabetes. With Quick Reference pages placed at the beginning of the book for easy access to information, bulleted lists at the beginning of every chapter for quick summary, and just the right amount of data to inform but not overwhelm, this book is a handy guide for caregivers of all levels of skill and knowledge.

Type 1 Diabetes in Children, Adolescents and Young Adults Seventh Edition

Having diabetes means that you need to make yourself better informed about this condition than the average doctor. In this remarkable book, Dr Ragnar Hanas shows you step-by-step how to become an expert in your own diabetes.

Typecast: Amazing People Overcoming the Chronic Disease of Type 1 Diabetes

This book is about those who faced that fear, then moved forward. Type 1 diabetes prepared them for life’s toughest challenges, and provided the ingredients for them to reach the highest levels of fortitude and success. The stories in this book empower us all to ultimately dominate diabetes.

Understanding Diabetes, 13th Edition

Representing the clinical practice methods of the The Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, the 14th Edition, published in 2015, is completely up-to-date, including the latest on insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitoring, and research efforts such as the Bionic Pancreas.

Understanding Diabetes, 15th Edition

Used by doctors, patients, and families around the world, Understanding Diabetes, now in its 14th edition, is the definitive reference for people living with diabetes and parents of children with diabetes.

Understanding Insulin Pumps, Continuous Glucose Monitors and the Artificial Pancreas, 3rd Edition

As the Artificial Pancreas becomes closer to a reality (2017), all people who intend to use it will need to use both an insulin pump and a continuous glucose monitor (CGM).

Until There is a Cure: The Latest and Greatest in Diabetes Self-Care

In Until There Is a Cure: The Latest and Greatest in Diabetes Self-Care, respected Certified Diabetes Educator and author Gary Scheiner delivers the most up-to-date information and analysis on groundbreaking developments in the world of diabetes. Scheiner’s commentary is founded not only in his professional experiences and expertise as an educator, but also in over 25 years of successfully managing his own type 1 diabetes.

Using Insulin

Using Insulin shows how to set, test, and adjust fast-acting and long-acting insulin doses for those with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

When a Child Has Diabetes

This new edition offers the latest medical expertise, based on current research and standards for diagnosis, and features an even more user-friendly format, case studies, charts and Question and Answer sections. A must-have for anyone caring for a child with diabetes, When a Child Has Diabetes covers the causes of diabetes, current and evolving treatments, blood glucose management, meal planning, associated conditions, strategies for adjustment and much more.

When Diabetes Hits Home: The Whole Family’s Guide to Emotional Health

Outlines effective strategies for coping with emotional issues and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for managing diabetes, and addresses the changes all families go through dealing with the disease.

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Books for Kids and Teens
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