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© Stanford University 2012
Welcome to the Stanford Youth Diabetes Coaches Program! Thank you for taking your test online.
© Stanford University 2012 What is the Stanford Youth Diabetes Coaches Program ? YOU help someone you care about live a healthier life by becoming a diabetes coach. A doctor comes to your classroom once a week for 8 weeks. The doctor tells YOU how to coach someone to become healthier. You coach your diabetic partner once a week.
© Stanford University 2012 Stanford Youth Diabetes Coaches Program: Class Rules Doctors leave the hospital to come to your classroom. Arrive on time. Do not miss class. Listen carefully to the doctors. Complete your coaching assignment. Ask Questions – It’s your chance get answers from doctors!
© Stanford University 2012 Role Play: 2 student volunteers needed Student: “Hi Grandma. I am taking this diabetes class at school, and I am supposed to talk with someone every week who has diabetes. Would it be ok if I talked to you?” Grandma: “Sure, baby, but you don’t know anything about diabetes.” Student: “Well, doctors are going to come and teach us a lot of stuff that I can tell you about.”
© Stanford University 2012 Count off 1. All Students Stand Up and Count Off By Fours 2. Number 1 ’s Keep Standing – Everyone else can sit down.
© Stanford University 2012 almost one out of every four teens in the US has diabetes or pre-diabetes 23% of teens in the US have diabetes or pre-diabetes 26 million people in the United States have diabetes
© Stanford University 2012 Role Play: 2 student volunteers to the front of the classroom Student: “Uncle, I am supposed to talk to you about diabetes for my class at school. Do you have time?” Uncle: “I don’t know why you are so worried about my diabetes. I don’t think it’s a big deal.” Student: “Well, diabetes can cause a lot of bad problems with your health. I care about you, so I don’t want that to happen to you.” Uncle: “What kind of bad problems?”
© Stanford University 2012 Take One Minute 1. Get a partner. 2. Think of one bad problem that can happen because of diabetes. 3. Share your ideas with the class.
© Stanford University 2012 Problems from Diabetes: Heart disease Blindness Kidney disease Amputations Many Others...
© Stanford University 2012 The Good News About Diabetes By keeping blood sugars in a normal range, people with diabetes can: prevent the bad complications of diabetes lead a normal, productive life live a long life 11
© Stanford University 2012 Role Play: 2 student volunteers to the front of the classroom Student 1: “Who are you going to coach for diabetes class?” Student 2: “Well, my mom has diabetes, so I think I will coach her if she will let me. How about you?” Student 1: “I don’t know anyone with diabetes.” Student 2: “It can be anyone who wants to be healthier. They don’t have to have diabetes.” Student 1: “I guess I’ll coach my grandpa because he has been trying to lose weight.”
© Stanford University 2012 Who Will You Coach? Family Member or Friend Who: has diabetes OR would like to know more about being healthy
© Stanford University 2012 Before the first class next week: Find a person to coach!
© Stanford University 2012 See you in class next week!
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