The diabetes self-management training program is committed to providing adults with diabetes and their families (or significant others) with educational services and information in the area of diabetes. Our program aims to empower individuals to achieve and maintain good health and to prevent the complications that may develop from diabetes by providing the knowledge and skills needed for successful management.
The ABCs of Diabetes is a group education
series for diabetes self-management which is managed and conducted in accordance with the American Diabetes Association's National Standards
The class series consist of four classes, a pre-assessment session, a post-assessment session with behavior change goal setting, and individual consultation with a Registered Dietitian.
2013 CLASS SCHEDULE
The ABCs of Diabetes class schedule changes annually to meet community needs.
For more information on the 2012 Class Schedule, please call (317) 221-2094.
TO REGISTER: Call (317) 221-2094 today!
For more information on diabetes please contact the Diabetes Program at (317) 221-2094 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|American Diabetes Association||www.diabetes.org/||1-800-232-3472|
|American Diabetic Association||www.eatright.org/index.html||1-800-877-1600|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||www.cdc.gov|
|Indiana State Department of Health||www.state.in.us/isdh/||(317) 233-7371|
|National Diabetes Education Program||www.ndep.nih.gov|
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