Here’s what is coming up with Diabetes classes…
JOIN US FOR THESE FREE INFORMATIONAL CLASSES SO YOU CAN LEARN MORE ABOUT MANAGING YOUR DIABETES CLASSES ARE HELD THE 2ND THURSDAY OF THE MONTH AT METHODIST MANSFIELD MEDICAL CENTER 2700 E. BROAD STREET (at Matlock) MANSFIELD TX 76063 in CLASSROOM C (by the cafeteria) TIME: 7:00 – 8:00 PM
DATE: THURSDAY, January 8, 2015 CLASS: UNDERSTANDING DIABETES What is diabetes? Find out what you need to know to keep yourself healthy and prevent complications. Learn about what tests you should have to check for diabetes control. These topics will be discussed by Gail Bubel, RN, CDE
DATE: THURSDAY, February 12, 2015 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.
DATE: THURSDAY, March 12, 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. Taught by S. Robertson, ADA
Healthy snacks will be provided. Bring a friend and spread the word! DRAWINGS FOR PRIZES! PLEASE RSVP so we have plenty of materials and handouts for you. For questions on class or to RSVP, please call 817-704-7781 or email firstname.lastname@example.org For info on other TCDC classes and programs, please visit the website http://www.tcdc-diabetes.org
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: email@example.com 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.
NEW WEBSITE www.tcdc-diabetes.org
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.
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION SENIOR SERIES
HEALTH & WELLNESS FAIR
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
9:00 AM TO 1:00 PM
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. RECREATION CENTER
2922 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD.
Dallas, Texas 75215
Free Health Screenings, Free Farm Stand, Healthy Cooking Demo, Exercise
Demo, Chair Massages, Caregiver Workshop, Medicare Overview, Give-a-Ways
and much more!! For More Information contact Shenekqual Robertson at 972-
392-1181 ext. 6019 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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The American Diabetes Association and Eli Lilly and Company are pleased to announce the creation of the American Diabetes Association Scholars Program. The program, made possible through $1.1 million in support from Lilly, will provide scholarships for up to 100 scholars from outside the U.S. to attend this year’s Scientific Sessions, the world’s largest scientific and medical conference focused on diabetes and its complications.
“The American Diabetes Association is thrilled to join with Eli Lilly and Company to award the American Diabetes Association Scholars Program,” said Robert E. Ratner, MD, FACP, FACE, chief scientific & medical officer, American Diabetes Association. “Lilly’s support provides scientists from countries around the world that are seeing a significant increase in diabetes, the opportunity to attend this educational program and be trained in the clinical management of the disease. Then, they will be able to return to their home country and conduct these educational programs, furthering our fight to Stop Diabetes® across the globe.”
The Association’s 74th Annual Scientific Sessions, to be held in San Francisco June 13-17, brings together physicians, scientists and other health care professionals from around the world to learn about the latest advances in basic and clinical science for diabetes. Selected scholars will attend the program, as well as participate in a professional education program which will provide training and resources for scholars to serve as faculty for professional education programs when they return to their home countries. The Association will provide reporting tools for scholars and track the presentation opportunities they undertake.
“Diabetes is a global epidemic, so it’s critical that clinicians and scientists across the world have access to the most recent information in order to appropriately treat and fight this disease,” said Robert Heine, vice president, medical affairs, Lilly Diabetes. “Lilly is pleased to provide support for the Association’s scholars program and looks forward to this year’s Scientific Sessions.”