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Our diabetes-related programs and services are provided by an interdisciplinary team of health professionals. The programs support individuals who are living with or at risk for diabetes with high-quality care and education they need to prevent, manage or reduce their risk of diabetes or diabetes-related health concerns. We prioritize clients who experience access barriers to health care and community services.

 

Don Mills Diabetes Education Program – Flemingdon Health Centre is recognized as a Diabetes Education Centre that successfully meets 100% of the Standards in the delivery of Diabetes Education and Services in Canada by Diabetes Canada.

  • Services are FREE of charge and open to residents living in our catchment area.
  • OHIP coverage is NOT required.
  • Over-the-phone language interpretation services are also available as required for all services.

We do not offer emergency or walk-in services.

Registered clients must call to make an appointment in advance.

For more information contact us.

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Don Mills Diabetes Education Program (DMDEP)
  • One-on-one counselling for individuals with Type 2 diabetes led by registered nurses and dietitians
  • Group information sessions on general diabetes management, including the role of nutrition, exercise, blood sugar monitoring and medication
  • Workshops on topics such as nutrition label reading, safe fasting during Ramadan, physical activity, healthy eating and foot care
  • Ongoing review and support sessions to help individuals with diabetes self-manage and live a healthy and active life
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South Asian Diabetes Prevention Program (SADPP)
  • Mobile clinics for Early Detection and Diabetes Prevention in regions of Toronto that South Asians call home
  • Screening for those who do not live with diabetes, using a unique tool tailored specifically to the South Asian community
  • Language-specific and culturally relevant resources and services on healthy eating, physical activity and mental health for recently resettled South Asians

For more information or to participate in our workshops please call: 416.429.4991 ext 291