Rochester, New York
New Yorkers are increasingly feeling the effects of diabetes as over 2 million suffer from the disease, and many others may have diabetes and not know it! It is estimated that one out of every three children born after 2000 in the United States will be directly affected by diabetes.
That is why the American Diabetes Association's Rochester office is so committed to educating the public about how to stop diabetes and support those living with the disease.
We are here to help.
The American Diabetes Association's Rochester office serves the community with a variety of FREE programs, workshops and awareness campaigns for people living with diabetes, their friends and their families. For information about any of our programs, please contact Beth Smythe at email@example.com.
Living with Type 2 Diabetes
When you enroll in the FREE Living with Type 2 Diabetes Program you'll receive personalized text messages to help you learn healthy eating habits and remember medications and appointments; 5 informational packets on diabetes; 3 free issues of Diabetes Forecast magazine; healthy recipes for you and your family; a monthly e-newsletter with tips, stories and resources; and access to our online community and local events. Enroll Today!
Take advantage of our wide variety of continuing education activities for health care professionals such as the Innovations in Diabetes Care (Rochester, NY). This activity has been developed by leaders in the field of diabetes with the goal of providing you cutting-edge education to advance knowledge, and strategies to improve clinical practice and patient outcomes.
Continuing education credits are available for physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, dietitians, pharmacists, certified diabetes educators and other health care professionals.
For more information about Professional Education opportunities, please visit professional.diabetes.org
Volunteer With Us
Your involvement as an American Diabetes Association volunteer—whether on a local or national level—will help improve lives of everyone impacted by diabetes, maybe even someone close to you. There are many ways for you to get involved—a little time can have a big impact.