New in 2015! Healthy Living with Diabetes Workshop
For people who have type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes or live with someone who does, it is important to receive good medical care, but that is just half of the equation. Equally important is your ability to make healthy decisions, follow doctor’s recommendations, and take care of your condition. In Wisconsin, there are 475,000 adults with diabetes and 1.45 million adults with pre-diabetes.
Therefore new in 2015, the Aging & Disability Resource Center will offer Healthy Living with Diabetes – a program that is researched and proven to help you manage your diabetes and complement existing treatments.
Healthy Living with Diabetes teaches diabetes specific self-management skills in nutrition, exercise, and medication. It also covers techniques to deal with symptoms of diabetes and working with your doctor to see better results.
Healthy Living with Diabetes meets weekly for six weeks for 2.5 hours. New participants may only join week 1 and 2. To sign up or for more information, please call the Aging & Disability Resource Center at 608-328-9499.
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