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Red Deer Primary Care’s Diabetes Discussion Drop In Dates for March and April

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NOTE THESE ARE ALL CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Diabetes Discussion Drop In

2 hours weekly; 8 sessions in total

Whether you are newly diagnosed or have had type 2 diabetes for years, this is for you.

You choose which classes you want to attend.

  • Learn how to successfully manage this health condition. Each class will have an information and skill-building component.
  • You will also have an opportunity to join in the discussions, share your experiences and successes, and get your questions answered.

Tuesday March 10, 2020           9:00 – 11:00am

Nutrition: Popular diets, meal planning, snacks and sweeteners

Tuesday March 17, 2020           9:00 – 11:00am

Nutrition: Carbohydrate counting, fibre and glycemic index

Tuesday March 24, 2020           9:00 – 11:00am

Nutrition: Heart healthy eating, alcohol and label reading

Tuesday March 31, 2020           9:00 – 11:00am

Exercise: motivation, mobility, pain issues and fitting it in

Tuesday April 7, 2020   9:00 – 11:00am

Lab results and targets, low blood sugar and treatment

Tuesday April 14, 2020 9:00 – 11:00am

Preventing complications and Financial concerns

Tuesday April 21, 2020 9:00 – 11:00am

Psychological care, footcare and glucose monitoring

Tuesday April 28, 2020 9:00 – 11:00am

Medications, alternative supplements and illness

FREE     No Registration Required

These drop-ins are held at the Red Deer Primary Care Network, 5120 47 Street Red Deer. Call the PCN Office for more information at 403.343.9100. Click below to visit the Red Deer Primary Care Website.

 

A life changer – a student’s story

 

Red Deer Primary Care Network (RDPCN) is a partnership between Family Doctors and Alberta Health Services. Health professionals such as psychologists, social workers, nurses and pharmacists work in clinics alongside family doctors. In addition, programs and groups are offered at the RDPCN central location. This improves access to care, health promotion, chronic disease management and coordination of care. RDPCN is proud of the patient care offered, the effective programs it has designed and the work it does with partners in health care and the community. www.reddeerpcn.com

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Red Deer Mayor Shares Message on Mentoring

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In an effort to help Youth HQ and Big Brothers Big Sisters recruit more mentors for the kids on their waitlist, Red Deer Mayor Ken Johnston took a moment to record a video and speak on the matter:

There are currently over 70 kids in Red Deer on a waiting list, hoping for a mentor.

Anyone looking to become a mentor can visit the Youth HQ website, or reach out directly to Volunteer Resources Coordinator, Janessa McCormack via email at [email protected]

Big Brothers Big Sisters has been active for over 100 years. The organization came to the Red Deer & District region in 1976 and has been at work in this community ever since. Several programs and services are available to young persons and their families, including in-school mentoring.

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Share a special night with Great Big Sea’s Sean McCann this Saturday for the Child Advocacy Centre

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Tickets selling fast for Séan McCann – Sing, Share, Survive
In support of the CACAC
Séan McCann from Great Big Sea will be performing in support of the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre this Saturday, February 4th! 

Tickets are selling fast! In this powerful live music and storytelling event, you’ll learn the meaning of resiliency. Séan will be joined by special guest Sheldon Kennedy for this special performance!

Get your tickets today!
Tickets are $50 each through Red Deer Polytechnic ticket office.
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About Séan McCann – 

A survivor of sexual abuse as a teenager, Séan has spent the last ten years touring North America as a musical keynote speaker, singing and sharing his story with theatre audiences, front line workers, teachers, students, patients, inmates, veterans, and anyone who has struggled with their mental health. Séan believes that music is medicine and a song is never more powerful than when it is sung with a friend.

As part of this event, the CACAC is benefiting from an
online silent art auction, operated by JRADCLIFFE  Auctioneering.

These artworks were created and curated by Kathryn Fellowsand donated to this auction in her memory by her daughter Sharon Moffat.

Watch on social media for a link to this auction, which opens on February 4th.

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We’re building a path forward for victims of child abuse, neglect, and sexual exploitation. The Centre of Excellence will house many partners in one building, including teams from Alberta Health Services, RCMP, and the Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre. 

We’ve created a strategic partnership with Red Deer Polytechnic to build this innovative centre right here in the heart of Central Alberta on RDP land.

Consider becoming a monthly donor today!
Your monthly contribution will help us #BuildtheFuture of healing, advocacy, and prevention. Click the button below, and select “recurring” to set up your monthly contribution to the Centre of Excellence. 
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