We provide education and support to assist in the management and prevention of Type 2 Diabetes.
Our motto, “Meals! Monitor! Move-it!” encourages holistic diabetes care including healthy eating, self-monitoring and regular physical activity.
Individual counseling sessions may be arranged with a registered nurse and or a registered dietitian for people living with diabetes or pre-diabetes. We provide services to individuals who are newly diagnosed as well as those who have been living with diabetes or pre-diabetes for years.
Classes include, but are not limited to, the following:
Cooking Classes – try new, healthy recipes and enjoy support from others.
Carbohydrate Counting – learn the basics of carbohydrate counting.
Label Reading – learn the basics of label reading.
Sweet Feet – learn how to properly care for your feet.
Virtual Grocery Store Tours – learn more about making healthy choices at the store.
Pattern Management – learn more about monitoring your blood sugar, identifying patterns and knowing when and where to find help.
Craving Change™ – learn more about why we eat the way we do and explore the various factors that could be triggering your food cravings.
Diabetes Group Medical Visits – visit with the doctor/nurse practitioner, diabetes nurse and dietitian in a friendly group setting. Have all your needs addressed in one visit. Group Visits are available to rostered clients of the CHC only.
Our program schedule changes throughout the year. Please contact us for more information.
Looking for something else?
We are happy to tailor programs based on your group, organization or community’s needs.
Diabetes Information Sessions
Healthy Eating Information Sessions
WHERE ARE OUR SERVICES OFFERED?
Programs and services are offered in Forest, Kettle Point, Sarnia and Watford. We also offer programs and services at outreach locations throughout Lambton County. All programs are free. Self-referrals are accepted.
For more information or to pre-register please call: