Ongoing diabetes education and care to help you live a healthier lifestyle.
We believe that ongoing diabetes education and comprehensive care should occur together, so we take an integrated approach to treatment.
Our Centre offers a full-time Diabetes Education Self-Management program, which has been shown to improve A1c values and help avoid diabetes complications.
Our program includes problem solving, goal setting and active participation in decision-making. People with diabetes will be supported in interpreting and acting on:
- Lifestyle issues (i.e. foot care)
- Making informed management decisions about insulin
- Physical activity
- Self-monitoring of blood glucose results
Attending the Diabetes Education Program
Any adult, 18 years and older, diagnosed with pre-diabetes or at risk of diabetes, Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes is able to access this program at our Centre.
Bringing the Community Together
Community Diabetes Programing is offered depending on the current needs of the communities we serve.
For more information about current programs, contact Elaine Clarke Tel: 519.238.2362 x 242.