Learn why we're concerned with the recent federal budget, which does not include key priorities in our work to End Diabetes, such as the expansion of the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) to help alleviate the financial burden of purchasing the devices, supplies and medication needed to manage diabetes.
Two weeks from today, we'll host a free webinar on living well with diabetes from a South Asian perspective. Once again, there will be two times to choose from! Register now to save your place. [ Diabetes.ca Link ]
Today is #DietitiansDay, Canada! Visit our colleagues at the Dietitians of Canada to find a dietitian near you. Let us know how yours has helped you manage and conquer your diabetes! #NutritionMonth [ Dietitians.ca Link ]
Prediabetes is a condition in which blood glucose levels are above normal, but not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. About 50% of Canadians with prediabetes will develop type 2 diabetes. Visit our website to learn more. [ Diabetes.ca Link ]
Despite the fact that 1 in 3 Canadians is living with diabetes or prediabetes, it’s still an invisible disease. The End Diabetes movement is taking action. Learn more about their new campaign to #StrikeOutStigma at [ Enddiabetes.ca Link ]. #EndDiabetes
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It’s a common misconception that people with type 2 diabetes have brought it upon themselves. But did you know that many of the risk factors involved are things that people can’t change, including age, race, and family history? The End Diabetes movement is launching a new campaign to #StrikeOutStigma. Learn more at [ Enddiabetes.ca Link ].