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Diabetes Education Services

The UK Barnstable Brown Diabetes Center offers outpatient diabetes education and prevention services for patients of all ages and their families. Our Education Services team of licensed diabetes educators – including nurses, dietitians, a pharmacist and other healthcare professionals – has extensive experience in teaching patients who have diabetes-related conditions. Together, we deliver patient-centered services with practical problem-solving approaches. Our team uses strategies such as goal setting, action planning and shared decision-making to help patients meet their goals and live a healthy life.

  • How we help

    As an American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE)-accredited program, the experts of Barnstable Brown Diabetes Center Education Services offer state-of-the-art self-management diabetes education programs for patients of all ages. We are also proud to provide Type 2 diabetes prevention services through our Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Diabetes Prevention Program.

    • Expert-led education: Our licensed diabetes educators provide customized, flexible diabetes education services in individual and group settings. Our programs include:
      • Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes self-management education and training.
      • Diabetes and pregnancy education and counseling.
      • Diabetes medical nutrition therapy.
      • Insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring training.
    • Diabetes self-management education: We offer self-management education programming focused on the seven AADE Self-Care Behaviors. Our services include group and one-on-one sessions, individualized nutrition therapy, and diabetes device and equipment training, among many other topics.
    • National Diabetes Prevention Program: As a recognized CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP), we offer a 12-month series of classes led by lifestyle coaches who can help patients prevent or delay the onset of Type 2 diabetes in those at risk.