Land O’Lakes Community Services | Sep 03, 2015

Land O’ Lakes Community Services in conjunction with Kingston Community Health Centre and Stanford University is holding educational workshops in Denbigh, at the Denbigh hall, 222 Highway 28. This workshop will help participants gain information and skills to better manage their diabetes. This free, six-week workshop starts Sept 10 - Oct 15 for 2.5 hours per week, 1 - 3:30pm (Living Well With Diabetes). You can learn new skills, and information that will help manage your diabetes daily, prevent complications and live healthier. Developing self-management skills will empower you to actively achieve your best health and wellness. You will gain the confidence and motivation to better manage your symptoms and the challenges with living with diabetes. This workshop is for people living with Type 2 diabetes as well as their caregiver and family members. You will learn about healthy lifestyles, managing stress, make action plans and set goals. The facilitators, Nancy Willis and Pam Lemke, received their training through Stanford University, and have been certified to deliver the program. If you miss this workshop, others will be offered in the future. For more information, call Pam Lemke at 613-336-8934, ext. 229, 1-877-679-6636, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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