The ADEA Person-Centred Care project aims to assist diabetes educators and other health professionals to understand the benefits of and to adopt health literate, person-centred care practices.
ADEA has developed a number of practical resources to assist Diabetes Educators/Credentialled Diabetes Educators to adopt health literate, person-centred care practices.
Resources included in the ADEA Person-Centred Care website aim to ensure people with diabetes are at the centre of their health care journey and are involved in all aspects of their care.
Outcomes of utilising resources found on the Person-centred Care website mean that:
- Diabetes educators will better understand the benefits of providing a person-centred, health literate environment, and;
- People with diabetes will better understand how to navigate the health system, feel supported, understand their treatment options and make informed choices on their diabetes care to achieve their goals.
Resources for Health Professionals and Consumers
The Person-Centred Care Toolkit has been translated into five culturally and linguistically diverse languages. Please click the links below to access the ‘in-language’ version of the Toolkit.
English versions available:
For further information, please contact:
Project Manager, NDSS
p: 02 6173 1012