Place: Baptist Health System at Baptist Medical Center Program Name: Diabetes Outpatient Self-Management Training Program Address: 111 Dallas Street City, State, Zip: San Antonio, TX, 78205-1230 Telephone: 210-297-7536
Place: Baptist Health System at St. Luke's Baptist Hospital Program Name: Diabetes Outpatient Self-Management Training Program Address: 7930 Floyd Curl Drive City, State, Zip: San Antonio, TX, 78229 Telephone: 210-297-1888
Place: Brooke Army Medical Center Program Name: The Outpatient Diabetes Education Program Address: 3851 Roger Brooke Drive Internal Medicine Clinic City, State, Zip: Fort Sam Houston, TX, 78234-6306 Telephone: 210-916-4353
Place: Christus Santa Rosa Health Care Program Name: The Outpatient Diabetes Self-Management Education Program Address: 519 West Houston Street City, State, Zip: San Antonio, TX, 78207-3198 Telephone: 210-704-2074
Place: Diabetes & Glandular Disease Clinic, PA Program Name: Diabetes Self-Management Training Center Address: 8201 Ewing Halsell, Suite 220 City, State, Zip: San Antonio, TX, 78229 Telephone: 210-615-5550 X 102
Place: South Texas Veterans Health Care System - Audie L. Murphy Division Program Name: Winning With Diabetes Self-Management Education Address: 7400 Merton Minter Blvd. City, State, Zip: San Antonio, TX, 78284 Telephone: 210-617-5300 X 6754
Place: Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital Program Name: Outpatient Group Diabetes Self-Management Program Address: 7700 Floyd Curl Drive City, State, Zip: San Antonio, TX, 78229 Telephone: 210-575-4566
The website of the American Diabetes Association. The website has sections dealing with Food & Fitness, Planning for Parents & Kids, Community Events (you can use your zip code to find events going on near you!), Living with Diabetes (find a diabetes education program near you), Diabetes Basics, and links to the latest News and studies. They also offer e-newsletters to stay up to date or browse through stories from their magazine Diabetes Forecast.
Children with Diabetes is one of the go-to resources for parents of children with diabetes for information and fory for support. The site was started by a parent of a child with diabetes. The website provides children with Diabetes with opportunities to connect up! Kids can join chats, online forums, “ask” the Diabetes team, and feel part of a group of people willing and able to share their experiences. The site also provides resources for parents regarding “Care Suggestions”, News, and tips to help parents throughout all the phases and challenges of raising a child with diabetes.
Established in 1983, Diabetes Self-Management is a publisher of authoritative, reliable health information for the growing number of people with diabetes who want to know more about controlling and managing their diabetes.TThey publish a bimonthly magazine, a weekly newsletter, a number of books, and a blog.
dLife is an online community site, created to address the need for real and practical solutions to the 24/7 challenge of managing diabetes. dLife offers interactive tools for users, including weekly polls, blogs, online discussions, recent news and even “dLife TV”. Users can browse recipes, shop for supplies, read up on healthy eating, join “communities”, and look up information on the “Expert Q&A” page. It’s easy to join this online resource, and quickly have access to a broad avenue of information!
One of the world's leading institutions in diabetes care, research, and education, the Harvard Medical School-affiliated Joslin Diabetes Center hosts a site that includes useful information in its Beginner's Guide, Library, and Diabetes Words and Phrases sections. There is a link to the article "Growing Older and Staying Healthy With Diabetes," as well as the free link to the CalorieKing dowloadable toolbar, the leading calorie-counting guide.
JDRF is a leading research organization in the effort to find a cure for type 1 diabetes and to improve diabetes management for those who live with diabetes and their family members. The website offers information on ways to get involved. The site offers a lot of information concerning “Life with Diabetes.” You’ll also find JDRF publications and there is an additional site for Kids and Teens.
The website has links to resources online and in the community, including a Diabetes Risk Assessment and information on the FREE workshops available through Metro Health. The workshops include the Diabetes Prevention Program and Diabetes Self-Management Program.