Program Coordinator: Rosendo Iniguez
The diabetes self-management classes are FREE and open to the entire community!
The Diabetes Education Program implements a six-session curriculum which consists of the following topics:
- Session I: Pathology of Diabetes and Stress Management
- Session II: Controlling Diabetes through Nutrition
- Session III: The Dangers of Sugary Beverages
- Session IV: Physical Activity and Diabetes
- Session V: Medical Management of Diabetes
- Session VI: Diabetes Health Complications
The classes are available in English, Spanish, and Punjabi upon request and/or availability of Program Intern. The classes are entirely free to all participants.
The location of the diabetes self-management classes varies at the DEP implements its classes in different settings including schools, clinics, apartment complexes, faith-based organizations, community centers, etc. The time and dates of the diabetes self-management classes also varies from site to site. To find the locations, time and dates of the DEP’s upcoming classes, please contact Rosendo Iñiguez, MPH at (559) 244-4538 or visit the DEP Facebook page.
The diabetes self-management classes are open to the entire community. No doctor referral is required. Registration is also not required but participants who are interested in attending a diabetes self-management class are highly encouraged to confirm their participation by calling Rosendo Iñiguez, MPH at (559) 244-4538 or firstname.lastname@example.org.