ASK AN EDUCATOR
Perhaps you or a family member have been diagnosed with diabetes and would like to ask a question or find out more information. We provide one-on-one support and make reasonable suggestions to individuals with diabetes.
We are healthcare professionals that give general suggestions and are not to replace your medical care team. In some cases, we are unable to provide comprehensive medical advice. You should consult your doctor or your healthcare team for urgent or critical concerns.
To contact us, call 216-591-0800 to speak with an educator or email us and one of our educators will be in touch via e-mail.
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Must have DIABETES and a SMART PHONE.
In partnership with Aetna and the American Association of Diabetes Educators the Diabetes Partnership is participating in a Diabetes Phone App study.
The app can be downloaded to your phone at no cost to you. The app will help support you in reaching your goal to live better with diabetes.
Call 216-591-0800 and ask for more information from a diabetes educator.
FREE Diabetes Risk Assessments
FINGERSTICK Diabetes Risk Assessment
Diabetes Partnership's diabetes educators conduct FREE Diabetes Risk Assessments (including blood sugar testing with a glucose finger stick test) at Diabetes Partnership's office.
Please contact us for information on providing risk assessments at your place of work, your church, or community event.Appointment required. Call (216) 591-0800 and ask to talk with an educator.
A parent or legal guardian must accompany minor children (under the age of 18) to sign a consent form before a risk assessment can be performed. You should fast from midnight prior to being tested.
The Diabetes Risk Assessment will take about 10 minutes of your time. It may save your life!