Free Diabetes Classes!

Sponsored by Tarrant County Diabetes Collaboration You’re invited to attend a FREE series of classes on managing your diabetes All classes will be from 5:30 – 7 pm at Tarrant County Public Health (unless noted) 1101 South Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76104 (Corner of Rosedale & Main Street)

Whether you have Pre-Diabetes, you were recently diagnosed with diabetes, or you have been managing diabetes for a long time, you will benefit from attending these classes.



TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2015 CLASS: THE HEART OF DIABETES What is relationship between diabetes and heart disease? What do all the numbers mean and what should they be? Learn about this important link and what you can do to stay healthy. Taught by Gloria Steelman RN, CDE


TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 2015 CLASS: DIABETES AND EXERCISE EXERCISE? ME? Learn how to start an exercise program that works for you and helps to improve your blood sugar control. Get great information on different kinds of exercise regimens. Learn what you need to do before you start exercising. Taught by Shenekqual. Robertson, American Diabetes Association


TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015 CLASS: YOUR KIDNEYS AND DIABETES Your kidneys play a vital role in your health. Find out what they do in your body and how diabetes can impact your kidneys. Learn about ways to keep your kidneys healthy. Taught by Mark Edwards, American Kidney Foundation


Please RSVP, so we will have plenty of materials available for you. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER FOR CLASS UPDATES, PLEASE CONTACT: or (817) 454-4978 The TCDC Board meets quarterly at TCPH. Please contact us if you would like to participate in our meetings or if you are interested in sponsoring a class.



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