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Join our new diabetes support group, it’s free

Let’s talk diabetes…

Join our new diabetes support group that meets every Wednesday in Dunstable

 

Location: The Disability Resource Centre, 4 Mayfield Rd, Dunstable, LU5 4AP

Date and time: Wednesdays from 1.30pm to 2.30pm

Contact: Maimoonah Hanif – Health and Wellbeing Coach
Email: maimoonah.hanif@drcbeds.org.uk
Call Maimoonah on her direct line: 01525 659027

Receiving a diagnosis of diabetes can be overwhelming

 
The number of people living with diabetes in the UK is expected to exceed 5 million by 2025 (source: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence or N.I.C.E.).
 
Receiving a diagnosis of diabetes can be overwhelming. It is sometimes challenging to understand and it can affect each of us so differently. Let’s unwrap the facts and myths (and the do’s and don’ts) about diabetes together in our welcoming and new support group in Dunstable.
 

Our new diabetes support group in Dunstable can help

 

It can be easier to manage your health when you understand your own diagnosis. So let’s talk diabetes and how it is affecting you, in a safe and supportive environment with professionals in attendance to provide ongoing support. Let’s manage our diabetes today to have a better tomorrow.

Join us every Wednesday at our new diabetes support group

 

Contact: Maimoonah Hanif – Health and Wellbeing Coach
Email: maimoonah.hanif@drcbeds.org.uk
Call Maimoonah on her direct line: 01525 659027

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