Diabetes Care Guelph – Online Resources

Type 1 Diabetes

Find information specific to the management of Type 1 diabetes below.

What is Type 1
Diabetes?

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Sick Days
Handout

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Alcohol –
What to Know

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Exercise and
Insulin

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Mental Health:
Diabetes distress

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Glucagon
Handout

CLICK HERE

Mental Health:
Resilience

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Medic Alert
Website

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Type 2 Diabetes

Find information specific to the management of Type 2 diabetes below.

Type 2 Diabetes –
The Basics

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Sick Days –
Type 2 Diabetes

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Physical Activity
and Diabetes

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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes occurs during pregnancy. Good blood sugar control is important for the health of the mother and the baby.

Initial GDM
Package

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Postpartum Info
Handout

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Nausea and Vomiting
in Pregnancy

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Edinburgh Postnatal
Depression Scale

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Blood Sugar
Log Sheets

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Nutrition

Healthy eating is an integral part of diabetes management. What we eat can really affect our blood sugar levels. Find more information below.

Just the Basics
Handout

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Glycemic Index
Handout

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Balanced Snacking
Handout

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Balanced Plate
Handout

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Diabetes Food
Guide

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Health and Safety

Monitoring blood sugar levels provides valuable feedback for diabetes management. It can help detect low blood sugars and to check that your blood sugar is at a safe level to drive your car. Find more information below.

Hypoglycemia
Handout

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Driving Guidelines
Handout

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Blood Glucose
Log Sheets

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Foot Care

Taking good care of your feet can help prevent long term complications. Find more information below.

Foot Care
Low Risk

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Foot Care
Moderate Risk

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Foot Care
High Risk

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Frequently Asked Questions on COVID-19

Do you have questions about how COVID-19 affects those living with diabetes? Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on COVID-19 below.

Diabetes Canada
FAQ Handout

CLICK HERE

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