Managing Your Diabetes Classes

JOIN US FOR THESE FREE INFORMATIONAL CLASSES SO YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT MANAGING YOUR DIABETES CLASSES ARE HELD THE 2ND MONDAY OF THE MONTH AT Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne 201 WALLS DRIVE, CLEBURNE TX 76033 in the basement/education classroom TIME: 7:00 – 8:00 PM

DATE: Monday, Feb 9, 2015 CLASS: LIVING A HEALTHY LIFE WITH DIABETES Learn more about diabetes and preventing complications and all the things you need to know about diet, exercise, sick days. Jerry Duncan will share some of the healthy ideas from the Stanford Diabetes Program.

 

DATE: Monday, March 9, 2015 CLASS: DIABETES AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Why do exercise and physical activity have an effect on your blood sugar level? How can you incorporate more exercise into your day? What should you do before you start an exercise program? Join Shenekqual Robertson from the ADA for this fun, informative class.

 

DATE: Monday, April 13, 2015 CLASS: DIABETES TOGETHER: PEOPLE With DIABETES & THEIR SUPPORT PARTNERS Diabetes can affect the whole family. You will learn how to work as a team to manage diabetes and find out effective ways to communicate. Learn how to work together so that diabetes does not become the focus of your relationship and you don’t become the diabetes police. This program brought to you by the Aic Champion Program.

 

DATE: Monday, May 11, 2013 CLASS: DIABETES MEDICATIONS There are so many kinds of diabetes medications available today. What do they do, how do they work, and when should you take them? You will find out about different medication options and more about the drugs you are taking. Of course, it is up to your health care provider to prescribe your meds. Class will be taught by the UNTHSC School of Pharmacy.

 

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