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May 25 support group to explore causes, symptoms, treatment of high blood sugar

KENDALLVILLE, IND. – May 16, 2023 You may know that diabetes is related to blood sugar, or blood glucose, but if you or someone you know is dealing with diabetes, having a better understanding of this health topic is important.

Join Terri Clark, RN, certified diabetes and education specialist, Parkview Noble Hospital, as she leads discussion on the causes, symptoms and treatment of high blood sugar at the May 25 meeting of the Parkview Noble Center for Healthy Living’s Diabetes Support Group.

Managing diabetes – a chronic condition – takes a multifaceted approach to regulating blood sugar through diet, medications, exercise and other lifestyle modifications.

Anyone seeking support and information for living better with diabetes is welcome to attend the monthly meetings of the Diabetes Support Group, which is facilitated by Clark and takes place from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. at The Community Learning Center, 401 Diamond St. in Kendallville.

Support group meetings are free, but registration in advance is required. Please call the Parkview Center for Healthy Living at 260-347-8125 to register.

Additional resources available to help manage diabetes
Individuals with diabetes may also receive on-on-one consultations with a certified diabetes educator through Parkview Noble Hospital. Certified diabetes educators include a registered nurse and a registered dietitian. A physician’s order is required, and insurance is billed. For questions, and to schedule an appointment for a consultation, call 260-347-8301.