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Diabetes Education Program

Tyendinaga's Diabetes Education Team through the Ontario Diabetes Strategy, consists of a Diabetes Nurse Educator and a Registered Dietician, both of whom are located at the Community Wellbeing Centre. The team's approach is to look at Diabetes holistically while providing education through hands on learning (cooking classes), individual, group, and family sessions.
 

The Ontario Diabetes Strategy is funded through the Ministry of health. The ultimate goal of the ODS is to ensure that people affected by Diabetes will receive the necessary health care services that they require to maintain health and lead productive lives. The focus of our team is to provide assessment, education and follow-up needs to anyone with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.

To access the Team - Our Education team will take referrals from Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, or any one on your health team! You can also set up your own appointment by giving us a call.

SERVICES:

  • One on one Diabetes Education
  • Group Education Classes
  • Weekly drop in times
  • Family Sessions
  • Cooking Classes
  • Diabetes Care Kits
  • Ontario Telemedicine Network now available to Territory!!

Information and Upcoming Events:

Diabetes Management in the Summer

National Aboriginal Diabetes Association - NEW Diabetes Resource Directory App for your Andriod or iPhone!!

Guide for NIHB Clients on Blood Glucose Test Strips

Stress and Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes Prevention

Links:

Healthline - Type 2 Diabetes provides a comprehensive overview of Type 2 Diabetes as a critical starting point for individuals and/or their loved ones.

Diabetes Ontario
Canadian Diabetes Association
Southern Ontario Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (SOADI)
Side Dish Alternative for Diabetics (Creamy Cheesy Cauliflower)

CONTACT:

Shelly Brant, Diabetes Nurse Educator
Community Wellbeing Centre
50 Meadow Drive
Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
613-967-3603, Ext 108
F: 613-962-4210