This year, DEP educators (nurses and dieticians) provided services to 2,502 clients, again exceeding the target of 2,400 clients. Through diabetes education, support and management interventions, the number of consultations totalled 6,616 (4,633 of these were done in person and 1,983 were done over the telephone). Educators are committed to providing quality services and following Diabetes Canada guidelines so that clients can self-manage their disease.
Educators also provide information on insulin and recommendations on how to adjust insulin or other medications to avoid complications. To this end, they work closely with the referring physician and other community resources to ensure the provision of a full range of services that meet the needs of every client.
Tous nos clients doivent obtenir un rendez-vous par téléphone avant d’entrer dans l’un des sites du CSCE. Vous n’avez pas de rendez-vous? Téléphonez avant de vous présenter. Merci de votre collaboration.
S.V.P. METTRE UN MASQUE ET LAVER VOS MAINS À VOTRE ARRIVÉE AU CSCE.
All our clients must make an appointment by telephone before entering one of the CSCE sites. You don’t have an appointment? Call before you show up. Thank you for your collaboration.
PLEASE PUT A MASK AND WASH YOUR HANDS WHEN YOU ENTER THE CSCE.