Hello! How's it all going Janice...any questions/suggestions? Take a peek at some of the groups available when you get a chance!
I am part of the Welcome Committee and was just checking in on you to make sure you are aware of all that TuDiabetes has to offer. We would love to hear from you so here is a helpful link where you can read about all the things you can do in the community.
Welcome, to a groing family of diabetics,supportingand encouraging each other. am a young geezer 91 insulin-dependent since 1977. I am a ROLE MODEL and looking for diabetics to form a small diabetic support in TORONTO.. I was the maitr'd of the UNDERGROUND RAILROAD SOUL FOOD RESTAURANT, One of soul super host of TORONTO TOURISM for 22 years, trying to form small groups of seniors and youth, in our churches. Check out www.restorethebantinghomestead,com I have been working closely with the Banting family since 1978 and have started plans for a BLUE ROSE DIABETES FOUNDATION, raising funds for turning the homestead into a camp for diabetes children. Our chosing of the BLUE ROSE is that one of its meaning is ATTAINING THE IMPOSSIBLE. the motto of a small group of diabetic ROLE MODELS who is trying to show the POSITIVE SIDE OF DIABETES.We are called the AMIGOS. ur concept is to have small groups of even numbers of seniors and youth. It is a great formula combining experience and new ideas. TuDiabetes wants to do an interview for the newsletter. At my age I am looking for diabetics 90 or over to form a group so that we can share experiences. the requests we recievedtells we have touched a nerve worth persuing. Keep in touch. I have reached over 40.000 eople asince 1978, and I ask 3 questions. Do you have a diabetic specialists, do you wear a MEDIC-ALERT bracelet, do you have a DIABETIC BUDDY. If you needs someone to give a lift, just give me a call and ask for AMIGO, firstname.lastname@example.org If you see someonethat needs a SMILE, give them one of YOURS. Have a great day
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