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​ Take Control: Managing Diabetes

We'll show you how to live the sweet life—even with diabetes.

While there's no cure for diabetes, you can live a long, healthy life despite the disease. Whether you've just received a diagnosis or you've been living with diabetes for years, our comprehensive program and compassionate care team can help you better manage your condition through all stages of life.

Whether you have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, let our team of nurses, dietitians and certified diabetes educators get you back on the path to wellness. We can help you understand and manage any of the following:

  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • A1C
  • Thyroid disease
  • Managing blood sugar
  • Diabetes eye care
  • Diabetes foot care
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Heart attack and stroke
  • Type 1 diet
  • Type 2 diet

Baylor All Saints Diabetes Program and Classes

Diabetes education classes are offered at a variety of times. Download a physician referral form to attend.​

For more information, call 1.844.BSWDOCS.

Diabetes Self-Management Training Program for Type 1 Diabetes

This combination one-on-one and group education program is designed to help meet individual education needs through a comprehensive assessment and review of self-care behaviors.

Diabetes Self-Management Training Program for Type 2 Diabetes

This 8- to 10-hour, multidisciplinary program (approved by the ADA) covers a range of lifestyle and disease-prevention topics that are important for managing diabetes.

Pre-Diabetes (Impaired Glucose Tolerance)

This class focuses on helping individuals with pre-diabetes achieve a healthy lifestyle through a comprehensive assessment and meal planning with a registered dietitian.

Diabetes During Pregnancy

Designed to help women with gestational diabetes, this intensive program includes individual meal planning, blood-glucose and ketone testing, physician-recommended exercise plans and insulin therapy when necessary.

Insulin Pump Program

This program includes a comprehensive assessment, education and support for individuals choosing to use an insulin pump to manage diabetes.

Medical Nutrition Therapy

Designed to assist individuals requiring additional support and education in food management, this dietitian-led program focuses on meal planning and using a variety of tools for controlling diabetes.

Diabetes Support Group

Need someone to talk to? Free support groups are available for individuals with diabetes as well as their families. Find a support group online or call 1.844.BSWDOCS.

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