DiabetesSisters releases updated #AccessMatters resources in Spanish

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“We are thrilled to introduce the DiabetesSisters #AccessMatters Guides to women in Spanish-speaking communities living with any type of diabetes,” said Anna Norton, MS, CEO of DiabetesSisters.

DiabetesSisters is pleased to announce its newly updated #AccessMatters guides for its online educational library. These valuable resources have been updated with support from Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly Alliance, Dexcom, Insulet Corporation, Janssen and Sanofi.

The #AccessMatters series covers five essential topics:

  • CEO of your health
  • Choose a health care plan
  • Non-Medical Switching
  • Prior authorizations, step therapy and appeals
  • Advocacy

The series also presents each guide in Spanish, impacting yet another community of people with diabetes. Along with our supporters, DiabetesSisters continues to support and educate people with different types of diabetes, including those in historically marginalized communities.

“We are thrilled to introduce the DiabetesSisters #AccessMatters Guides to women in Spanish-speaking communities living with any type of diabetes,” said Anna Norton, MS, CEO of DiabetesSisters. “Our resources, downloadable in English or Spanish, are free for anyone who wants to learn more about issues important to women with diabetes.”

To download the #AccessMatters guides and the entire resource library, please visit https://diabetessisters.org/diabetessisters-educational-library.

About DiabetesSisters:

A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, DiabetesSisters is the only national organization focused exclusively on women with diabetes. Our mission is to improve the health and quality of life of women living with or at risk of diabetes and to advocate on their behalf. DiabetesSisters has a peer network of nearly 50,000 members that unites women with diabetes for support, education and advocacy. Signature programs include monthly peer support meetings (PODS Meetups); the Welcoming Diversity, Raising Voices program; Annual Leadership Institute for Volunteer Peer Support Leaders; online expert articles, blog posts and forums. For more information, visit diabetessisters.org.

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