How society views Type 2 diabetes (what society thinks it is versus what it actually is, common beliefs and practices) Preventive measures

Imagine you are a community health educator and you have been tasked with developing a presentation to be given in a setting to educate an audience on one type of diabetes. Identify your audience. Examples include the following:
  • Senior center
  • Middle school
  • A workplace
Create a resource (350 to 600 words) as a way to share this information. Examples include the following:
  • A social media page
  • An information pamphlet
  • A presentation
Consider the best method so it is crafted in an appropriate and understandable way for your identified audience. Choose from the two following options: Option A: Type 1 Diabetes
  • How society views Type 1 diabetes (what society thinks it is versus what it actually is, common beliefs and practices)
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Compliance with treatment regimens
  • Making the right decisions to live a healthy life
  • Impact on health care resources
Option B: Type 2 Diabetes
  • How society views Type 2 diabetes (what society thinks it is versus what it actually is, common beliefs and practices)
  • Preventive measures
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Making the right decisions to live a healthy life
  • Compliance with treatment regimens Impact on health care resources
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