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Diabetes Sisters "Weekend for Women" Conference

Event Details

Diabetes Sisters "Weekend for Women" Conference

Time: October 4, 2013 to October 6, 2013
Location: Embassy Suites, San Francisco Airport (waterfront)
Street: 150 Anza Boulevard
City/Town: South San Francisco - Burlingame, CA
Website or Map: https://diabetessisters.org/2…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Lori Veliquette
Latest Activity: Sep 30, 2013

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Event Description

The goal of the Weekend for Women Conference is to educate, inspire, and transform women's view of their diabetes so that they can live full, happy lives with the disease. Since the first Conference in May 2010, the event has become the premier forum for women with diabetes.
The weekend-long Conference is open to women with all types of diabetes age 18 and older. Participants will attend educational sessions on gender-specific topics related to diabetes treatment and management, engage with other women living successfully with diabetes, receive unbiased information on the emergence of new equipment and medications, and learn new tactics for improving their mental and physical health.
The Partner’s Perspective Program is open to partners, spouses, and significant others of women attending the Conference. The goal of the program is to better equip partners of women with diabetes to fully engage in their partner’s disease management. Chris Barnes, Partner’s Perspective Program Manager said, "As partners of women with diabetes, we really do want to better understand their disease and how to best support them so that they can live full lives with diabetes for many years to come. The success of last year’s program illustrated that this valuable program is filling a large void that has been overlooked for many years.”

The conference details and registration information are available on the website at www.diabetessisters.org

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Comment by Linda G on September 28, 2013 at 8:40am

Would love to attend....too far away.

Comment by Ariela on March 26, 2013 at 12:53pm

This looks really valuable. :) I hope to be able to attend.

Comment by Natalie ._c- on March 24, 2013 at 10:32pm

I WILL be there! I went to the one in 2011, which was held in San Diego, and had a great time. It's unbelievable to be in a room with 100 other women, and know that they ALL have diabetes. And then when you go back to the real world, you wonder where the magic went, LOL!! I recommend this conference, if there's ANY way you can make it! :-)

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