The First Step — Diabetes Education
Our education program is a nationally recognized diabetes education program. Whether you’re newly diagnosed or have had diabetes for years, we have education opportunities for you.
Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes may seem difficult to control but through learning about diabetes you can learn what to do to take care of yourself and manage your diabetes successfully.
We can give you the skills and confidence you need to manage your diabetes successfully – so you can live a healthier life.
Why Our Approach Sets us Apart
We understand with a serious disease like diabetes, treatment is determined by what you do, not just what you know. We teach you life-long living skills. We know that the key to managing your diabetes is being able to actually control your blood sugars every day.
Diabetes care takes time, energy and careful attention to details. It’s time to realize how good you can feel and how much you can accomplish.
- Pre-Diabetes Education: This program focuses on preventing Type 2 diabetes. It is perfect for anyone who is at risk for developing Type 2 diabetes. You will learn simple food plans and practical steps to reduce your risk of developing diabetes.
- One to One Consults: We offer personalized consultations with a certified diabetes educator and a dietitian covering medical nutrition therapy, insulin administration, and all aspects of diabetes management. Weight management consults with a registered dietitian may also be scheduled.
- Insulin Pump Training: Comprehensive initiation and follow-up services assure individuals smooth transition from injections to an insulin pump.
- Continuous Sensor Evaluation: We have the ability to evaluate your glucose level for 72 hours in order to make adjustments in your treatment plan.
For more information or a brochure, please contact Kyla Lindstrom, at 402.372.6712.
Take Control of Diabetes for Life
These educational sessions have been pre-recorded and are available online at the following link:
They were presented in conjunction with the University of Nebraska Extension office in Cuming County.