Improving Services: Suggestions for Food & Friends to Better Serve Diabetic Clients
Improving Services: Suggestions for Food & Friends to Better Serve Diabetic Clients examines diabetic clients’ management of diabetes, their understanding of received services, and suggestions for service improvements. Combining data from home assessments and a focus group, background literature, and the American Diabetes Association’s nutrition recommendations, the report presents a plan for Food & Friends to improve its services for diabetic clients.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Chronic or Life Challenging Illness, Diabetes, Health, Nutrition and Hunger - People with Chronic Illness, Service Providers
Lindsey graduated with High Honors and Phi Beta Kappa from Emory University with a degree in psychology and sociology. At Emory, she was a Tritt Social Justice Fellow, an Emory Scholar, and the Co-Director of Volunteer Emory. She studied abroad in Melbourne, Australia, and participated in alternative break trips to New Orleans and Belarus. Originally from Tucson, Arizona, Lindsey has worked for Angel Charity for Children, the Decatur-DeKalb YMCA, and the DeKalb Child Advocacy Office.
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David graduated with honors from Yale University in 2007 with a degree in biology. David coordinated the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project and an afternoon drop-in center for the homeless, interned at the Hill Health Center’s Homeless Health Care Program, and served as a voting member of New Haven’s Homeless Advisory Commission. David also chaired the Asian American Studies Task Force and volunteered at a free health clinic. David was born in Harbin, China and grew up in Georgia with his family.
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