Prevention of diabetes complications
The main aim of diabetes management is to prevent the development of diabetes complications and reduce financial costs to the patient, family and Society.
Seeking counseling helps addressing psychosocial and vocational concerns related to impairments and limitations they experience. This includes discussing how the complications are affecting person's relationship with a romantic partner or how the complications are affecting the person's ability to carry out his or her work responsibilities.
Adharance to treatment regimes and diabetes standards like; frequent glucose self-monitoring, regular exercise, and eating healthfully. These are very essential, though difficult to come adopt.
3. Family-based behavioral procedures
Goal-setting, self-monitoring, positive reinforcement, behavioural contracts, supportive parental communications, and appropriately shared responsibility for diabetes management.