Out of control blood sugar can lead to:

  • Heart Disease
  • Stroke
  • Blindness
  • Kidney Disease
  • Foot Complications

Reduce your risk of diabetes complications:

  • Plan meals and make healthy food choices.
  • Monitor yourself. It’s more than just your blood sugar.
  • Stay active
  • Take your medications
  • Quit smoking

Diabetes education can teach you how to manage your blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol. Your ADI nurse can help you learn Diabetes Management as a part of your daily life.

When should I seek help?

  • When newly diagnosed
  • Annually
  • When I detect complications
  • When I change doctors
  • When I change medications

Learn how to:

  • Improve you blood sugar and A1c levels
  • Keep you blood pressure on target
  • Better manage your cholesterol numbers


Leanna Anderson, LPN
Interim Program Coordinator
Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative
Call: 204-484-2341 ext. 132
Fax: 204-484-2384