We take your diabetes seriously.
We offer comprehensive type 2 diabetes management education. We help you to take charge of your diabetes.
Our thorough, five-session program addresses areas such as foot care, glucose monitoring, cardiovascular disease, medications, nutrition and exercise.
See the poster with details for classes beginning October 24th 2013.
Type 1 or Type 2?
There are two type of diabetes: Type 1 occurs most often in children and young adults whose bodies do not produce any insulin; Type 2 occurs predominantly in adults over 40.
Among the millions of Americans who have diabetes, at least 90 percent have Type 2. The good news, however, is that people with diabetes take action to control the disease and lower the risk of complications. Also, prevention of Type 2 can be achieved by following a healthy lifestyle.