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Past Events

How to Take the Lead in Your Health Care: What to discuss with Your Diabetes Team
Join us for the Ask the Experts event “How to Take the Lead in Your Health Care: What to Discuss with Your Diabetes Team”. You are the leader of your health care team. Build your confidence and advocate for yourself within your care team.
Healthy Eating and Traveling During the Holidays
Join us for the Ask the Experts event, Healthy Eating and Traveling During the Holidays on December 13. The holidays can be a wonderful time with family and friends, but also a difficult time to manage your diabetes. Join us and ask our expert questions to help you balance diabetes management, travel, and the abundance of high carbohydrate foods and alcohol that can show up at holiday gatherings.
Diabetes Stress: Does it Differ from Clinical Depression?
People with diabetes are likely to have diabetes distress and are more likely to be diagnosed with depression than a person without diabetes. Ask your questions and get tips on how to cope with life’s added stress of having diabetes.
ATE en Español: La diabetes tipo 2 y la conexión familiar
Diabetes no solo afecta a la persona que la padece, también afecta a toda la familia. Incluir a miembros de la familia en las conversaciones con tu equipo.
Ask the Experts: Type 2 Diabetes and the Family Connection
Diabetes doesn’t just impact the person that has it, the entire family is affected too. Including key family members in discussions with your care team can help support you and ease the questions and concerns they may have about your health. Join us to decide whether you want to include your family members in your diabetes discussions or if you can be that support for someone else.
Neuropathy and PAD: Minimizing the Risks of Amputation
We will review what steps you can take to prevent the risk of developing neuropathy and peripheral artery disease, and treatment strategies if you are already experiencing pain or numbness.