Classes

On this page you will find classes listed for the National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES) and certain other evidence-based programming. This list is NOT comprehensive. Several organizations have programs starting throughout the year; others offer new programs only once or twice each year. Each listing will have contact information for the organization – a website and/or a phone number – so you can reach out to them directly for more information.

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Maine Health Adult Diabetes Support Group- FREE

Virtual Maine

Peer discussions for living with and managing diabetes with Joseph Cirigliano Psy.D. Adult diabetes support group is open to all persons with diabetes, their family and friends and caregivers. All […]

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Maine Health Adult Diabetes Support Group- FREE

Virtual Maine

Peer discussions for living with and managing diabetes with Joseph Cirigliano Psy.D. Adult diabetes support group is open to all persons with diabetes, their family and friends and caregivers. All […]

Recurring

Maine Health Adult Diabetes Support Group- FREE

Virtual Maine

Peer discussions for living with and managing diabetes with Joseph Cirigliano Psy.D. Adult diabetes support group is open to all persons with diabetes, their family and friends and caregivers. All […]

National Diabetes Prevention Program

Virtual Maine

Prevent T2 is a CDC recognized program by the National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) to help individuals delay or lower their risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. This class runs […]

Maine Health Adult Diabetes Support Group- FREE

Virtual Maine

Peer discussions for living with and managing diabetes with Joseph Cirigliano Psy.D. Adult diabetes support group is open to all persons with diabetes, their family and friends and caregivers. All […]

Am I at Risk for Diabetes?

If you know someone who might be at risk, have them take the online quiz to find out. They can then ask their doctor for a blood sugar screening test if their score is 5 or more.

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