November is National Diabetes Month so we rounded up some resources from reputable sources for more information about preventing diabetes, managing diabetes during the COVID-19 pandemic, how to help your children and teens who have diabetes, and more.
American Diabetes Association Information on Diabetes and Coronavirus
“The ADA is doing all we can to protect our community during COVID-19.” Click here for more information.
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Flyer
The NIDDK has provided a flyer with tips to help children and teens who have diabetes. Click here to download the flyer.
13 Ways to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes (Healthline)
“Although there are certain factors you can’t change —such as your genes, age or past behaviors—there are many actions you can take to reduce the risk of diabetes. Here are 13 ways to avoid getting diabetes.” Click here to read the full article.
Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists Educational Programs
“Diabetes care and education specialists are found in accredited programs across the country. They work with you to develop a plan to stay healthy, and give you the tools and ongoing support to make that plan a regular part of your life. Search for an accredited diabetes education program in your area.” Click here to find a program.
ARC Can Help You with Your Health Insurance
Did you know? Recently, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that participating enhanced Part D prescription drug plans will provide Medicare beneficiaries access to a broad set of insulins at a maximum $35 copay for a month’s supply, from the beginning of the year through the Part D coverage gap.
We want to help you find a plan that works well for your budget and provides the resources that you need to manage your diabetes. Contact us today to find a plan.