Because the Right Support Can Help You Live a Balanced Life.
St. Luke’s Diabetes Support Group is designed to help you gain a sense of empowerment as you manage your diabetes. This group is geared toward providing information on diabetes management, offering educational opportunities through guest speakers, written literature and all-important peer support. Discussion topics are patient-selected and support positive living with diabetes.
As a member of the St. Luke’s Hospital diabetes support group, you’ll have time to talk about your concerns and experiences in living with diabetes with others in the group. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to share ideas and gain valuable input from those who are at a different place in the journey.
We cover a wide range of topics within the support group: grocery shopping, eye care, foot care, financial concerns, yoga, and relaxation.
Come check us out and join the conversation!
Encouragement and Practical Help
A diabetes diagnosis means a lot of changes in your day-to-day life. The Diabetes Support Group can be a wonderful resource for ideas about coping with diabetes and a forum for discussing issues related to your diagnosis.
Join other people who have diabetes, as they engage in encouraging, health enriching discussions. Within a comfortable environment, participants can share their experiences of coping with diabetes and learn how to better manage this complex disease.
Diabetes Support Group Members Include Patients and Families Dealing with:
- Diet changes
- Emotional issues
- Exercise planning
- Medication management
- Testing & monitoring
- Wound care & prevention
We encourage you to get in touch today. Joining a diabetes support group will go a long way toward helping you manage your diabetes and maintain better health.