Fountain Valley, Ca. (PRWEB) July 31, 2006
Pocket Reference Journals, a medical publisher of pocket size health organizing journals has just finishing it's first journal in braille The "My Pocket Doctor", a Diabetic Reference Guide and Journal. It's written by an Endocrinologist, a CDE, and a Registered Dietitian. It's bound to answer any questions that a newly diagnosed diabetic would ask.
The primary purpose of this journal is to be a helpful tool for educating the "newbie". It's a referral piece for information on disease terms, with easy to read descriptions, and emergency I.D. card, including also information on blood glucose testing, insulin facts, pills,new medications,dining out,illness complications, as well as other such important topics such as traveling, leisure, and exercise, smoking and alcohol. In addition it also contains info on the ABC's of diabetes, a food plan, and resources by phone and web.
Any braille reading diabetic that's just been informed that they have diabetes should have this journal. It's 72 pages, and has been transcribed into contracted braille. It's used not only by the blind but given out by diabetes educators, endocrinologists, and dietitians, as well as used in support groups, and as a helpful patient tool for enhancing self management and independence skills for keeping in compliance.
For more information on pricing, and availability contact Pocket Reference Journals directly at 714.965.4570 or visit http://www.pocketreferencejournals.com
About Pocket Reference Journals
Started in 1986 with it's first product the Pet Passport. Pocket Reference Journals has gone on to publish over a dozen titles including the All About Me, Children's Health Journal, The Full Life, Women's Health Journal, Men's,Senior's, My Pregnancy Journal, Week by Week, the Time & Time, Celebrations Journal, My LIFE Journal, My Smart Heart, the Personal Health Journal, and it's most recent Step On It! Food & Walking Journal, 10,000 Steps in 30 days! .