The PRIDE Toolkit is designed to be used interactively between a health professional and a patient with an added focus on shared goal setting and addressing the needs of Spanish-speaking patients. This toolkit includes a comprehensive set of 32 iterative education modules in English and Spanish to support diabetes self-management activities.To download the documents listed below, please complete this online form. Instructions and links to the documents will be provided in the confirmation message. Toolkit Instructions If your patient needs help with: Consider these handouts 1 General Information About Diabetes What is Diabetes Low Blood Sugar 2 Glucose Monitoring Blood Sugar Checks Blood Sugar Log Sheet - Simple Blood Sugar Log Sheet – Advanced 3 Nutrition Information Nutrition for Diabetes Using your Plate to Control your Carbs Counting your Carb grams What Can I Eat for a Snack? What Should I Eat When I Eat Out? 4 Oral Diabetes Medication Diabetes Pills Taking Your Medicines 5 Insulin and Byetta Drawing and Self-Injecting Insulin (BD) Mixing Insulin for Self-Injecting (BD) How To use an Insulin Pen Set Dose Insulin Insulin for Set Dose Plus Correction Long Lasting Insulin Dose Chart How To Take Byetta Where to Give Your Insulin Shots 6 Lifestyle Management and Behavior Change Be Active How Can Losing Weight Help Me? Smoking and Diabetes Why Should I be Careful About Drinking Alcohol? 7 Foot Care Foot Care Do’s and Don’ts (BD) 8 Cardiovascular Risk Factors Blood Pressure Control Cholesterol 9 Coping with Stress and Depression Stress and Depression 10 Oral Health Problems With Your Teeth and Mouth 11 Women’s Health How Diabetes Can Affect Women 12 Men’s Health How Diabetes Can Affect Men Study Information | Training for Health Care Professionals | Continuing Education Training Disclaimer These materials were designed to improve educational interactions between diabetes providers and their patients. These materials are intended only for use by qualified health professionals in conjunction with their patients. Professionals opting to use these materials take responsibility for any liability issues related to their use. Specific recommendations to patients by providers may vary from what is included in these materials.