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Diabetes Support Group

An informal discussion group led by a registered dietitian and a peer program assistant. No set topics - topics and activities decided by participants. Families and cargivers welcome.

No registration necessary.

Urdu/Hindi Diabetes Classes

An Urdu/Hindi-speaking dietitian leads classes at the East End Community Health Centre. Family and caregivers are welcome. 4 sessions (2 ½ hours each)

Tamil Diabetes Classes

An English-speaking dietitian and diabetes nurse educator lead classes with simultaneous translation in Tamil. Family and caregivers are welcome. 1 session (4 hours)

English Diabetes Classes

A registered dietitian and diabetes nurse educator help you learn how to feel better and avoid unnecessary complications from diabetes. Family and caregivers are welcome. Childcare and TTC tickets are available on advanced request.

Classes include:

Level 1: Introduction to Diabetes Management

1 session (4 hours)

Healthy Child Screening Days

Free health testing of children aged 2 to 6 years old at South Riverdale Community Health Centre (twice a year), in partnership with the Toronto District School Board and Toronto First Duty. Information and referrals for health and community services. Child must be accompanied by a parent.

Health Care Clinic

Doctors and nurse practitioners offer one-to-one clinical services to people who have difficulty accessing conventional health care. As part of an interdisciplinary team, we strive to treat the whole person as well as specific health concerns. Our goal is to help patients take control of their health as much as possible, as well as help them access the programs and services they need.

Outreach Clinic

Doctors, nurse practitioners, health professionals and case coordinators serve patients who have difficulty accessing health services because of homelessness, drug use and/or mental health problems. The team offers primary health care, as well as information and referrals to other community services.

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