Managing the Highs and Lows
Managing diabetes starts with education. Whether you are newly diagnosed with diabetes or have lived with diabetes for years, the Diabetes Self-Management Program can give you help and ongoing support.
The Diabetes Self-Management Program provides in-depth instruction for patients who have type 1, type 2 or gestational diabetes. The program is led by trained diabetes educators who are either registered nurses (RN) or registered dietitians (RD). We offer group classes and individual appointments to help you successfully manage your diabetes.
The program covers all aspects of diabetes self-management, including …
- Monitoring blood sugar
- Meal planning and healthy eating
- Physical activity
- Reducing the risk of complications
- Diabetes medications
- Managing sick days
- Insulin training
- Insulin pump education and training
- Continuous glucose monitor services
- Medical nutrition therapy
The Diabetes Self-Management Program has been Recognized by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for Quality Self-Management Education* and Support.