Ongoing support is a key to managing diabetes. The St. Anthony’s Diabetes Education Program leads a free Diabetes Support Program that includes state-of-the-art information, education and support communicated through quarterly live meetings and a blog site.
Free group meetings are hosted quarterly on the third Thursday of the month, alternating day and evening times. Meetings are held at the Hyland Education and Training Center on St. Anthony’s campus. For more information or to register call 314-ANTHONY.
Ask The Educators!
Thursday, May 19, 2017 - 6:30 p.m.
What questions do you have? What are your concerns? What would you like to know more about? Bring your diabetes related questions for an open discussion led by our diabetes educators, Kristen Rider, BSN, RN, CDE and Alison Brinker, RD, LD, CDE.
Online resources are available via the TalkDiabetes blog. This is an ongoing, interactive blog managed by our diabetes education team and featuring regular posts from our educators, personal stories, a recipe exchange and a resource center. You'll be able to make comments and connect with other readers whenever you need support or information.
Check it out at talk-diabetes.org. Subscribe to our blog when visiting the site and you'll receive notification whenever our educators update the site with a new post.
If you are newly diagnosed with diabetes or if you have had diabetes for years, depending on your insurance coverage, you may be eligible to meet for a consultation with our diabetes educators.
Call (314) 525-4523 today to learn more.