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    After Class Resources

We hope you enjoyed your health education class. During class we mention a lot of resources you can use to self-manage your conditions and help live a healthy lifestyle. We’ve gathered many of the resources here for you to easily find. Our resource pages are always growing and expanding so check back often. Thank you and we hope you find what you need. 

Class Videos

Downloads from Health Management and Education



Medication and Supply Payment Assistance

Diabetes Identification

Herbs, Vitamins and Supplements

Diabetes Product Manufacturers

Smart Phone Apps and Websites

Who can sign my Advance Health Care Directive? 

  • Your Advance Care Directive can either be signed by two witnesses or notarized.  
  • Witnesses must know who you are, be 18 years of age or older, not your medical decision maker nor health care provider. They also cannot work for your health care provider or work where you live. At least one witness must not be related to you or benefit financial after you pass.  
  • Notary Options:   
    • Most banks offer notary service for members for free or a small fee 
    • The Notary Public Listing
    • UPS Store  
    • Capital Live Scan, 5706 Broadway, Sacramento, CA  

Where do I turn my Advance Health Care Directive into? 

  • MyUCDavisHealth
    • Once logged in, select Menu, then End-of-Life Planning under “My Record”. Under Documents on File, click “Add a Document.” Upload the document. The portal will show the documented as “Accepted” or “Not accepted”. You should be notified via MyUCDavisHealth if it is NOT accepted.  
  • Primary Care Provider’s office  
  • Health Information Management - Can do any of the following, below is the contact information: 
  • Fax: 916-734-2126 
  • E-mail: hs-healtheducationclass@ucdavis.edu
  • Mail: UC Davis Health, Health Information Management, 2315 Stockton Blvd., Bldg. #12, Sacramento, CA 95817  

It is recommended to also provide it to other facilities where you may receive medical care.

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