Whether you have been diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes, the Braden Diabetes Center offers multiple services designed to keep you healthy and in control. We’re here to help you develop the skills for living well with diabetes. For more information, please click on the respective links below or call us at 1-415-925-7370.
Ready to take your diabetes prevention education to the next level? Learn the advanced steps you can take today to prevent type 2 diabetes! This class is open to those who have completed our one-year Diabetes Prevention Program or have a physician referral stating they have basic blood sugar management skills.
Are you at risk for type 2 diabetes? Take this class and learn the steps you can take today to actually prevent type 2 diabetes. Four classes offered:
Wednesday, April 11
Wednesday, June 13
Wednesday, August 8
Wednesday, October 10
Our year long prevention program is designed to reduce your chance of developing type 2 diabetes by 58%! The expert team at Braden Diabetes Center would like to help you learn how to take control of your health!
Our DSME program for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes is recognized by the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Offered in both group and one-on-one settings, this program provides comprehensive diabetes education for mastering basic self-care skills and living well with diabetes.
The Diabetes Support Group at the Braden Diabetes Center provides comfort and assistance for community members with diabetes. This support group offers a welcoming environment for participants to find common ground, exchange tips, and encourage each other. This group is tailored for the Spanish-speaking community and is moderated by a Spanish-speaking Certified Diabetes Educator.
Have you been told you need to be more physically active? If so, it’s important to know exercise isn’t just good for your overall health — it can actually help keep your blood sugar under control. Fitness for Blood Sugar Management is a special weekly class designed to help patients with diabetes move more to improve blood sugar management.
Moderated by a licensed clinical social worker and certified diabetes educators, this support group is geared to community members with type 2 diabetes. Every session will feature a topic of the month, presented by an expert speaker and followed by a group discussion.