If you or someone you love has been recently diagnosed with or is currently living with diabetes, DiabetesCare can help.
The DiabetesCare program provides education classes led by a licensed pharmacist that will empower you to take control of your diabetes.
Over the course of four sessions, you’ll learn important skills to manage your diabetes, and we’ll answer all of your questions and address any concerns.
During our diabetes education classes, we’ll cover a variety of topics including:
Let us help you live well with diabetes. Here’s how our DiabetesCare program works.
DiabetesCare provides group or individual education classes that cover every aspect of living with diabetes.
DiabetesCare education classes are designed for people with Type II diabetes. A licensed pharmacist leads every session.
These classes not only include educational information about diabetes, but we also discuss the many factors of living with diabetes, from medications and lifestyle changes to handling the emotional struggles that can accompany diabetes.
Understanding your diabetes medications, treatments and devices will lead to more successful management of your condition.
Each session is two and a half hours long. Updates will be sent to your physician after each class. You will have many opportunities to review blood glucose testing and insulin injection at each session.
DiabetesCare is covered by Medicare Part B. Red Cross Pharmacy can also bill Medicare Part B for supplies, such as diabetic shoes, testing supplies and breathing treatments.