Register today for the agency's Summer Camps for Youth with Diabetes. Kids Camp, Stepping Stones and Camp Hamwi. Camp staff applications are also being accepted...Click For more information
Caring for diabetes is a 24 hour, seven day a week job. The Central Ohio Diabetes Association teaches people with the disease how to manage it on a daily basis. Click for more information
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One in ten people in our community will develop diabetes. The Central Ohio Diabetes Association helps Central Ohioans living with diabetes detect their condition, prevent onset and complications, and learn to live well with the challenge of diabetes.
The Central Ohio Diabetes Association provides the following services to all individuals, regardless..
The Central Ohio Diabetes Association helps Central Ohioans living with diabetes detect their condition, prevent onset and complications, and learn to live well with the challenge of diabetes.
Founded by a group of local physicians, the Central Ohio Diabetes Association has provided service to the Central Ohio community for 50 years. The agency is not affiliated with a national organization. It is a local, private agency with a direct service focus serving...
Teaming up with Central Ohio Diabetes Association helps to fight diabetes at the local level.
There is no other community-based organization with a staff of Certified Diabetes Educators, nurses, dietitians and social workers providing direct services to local families.
We are so thankful to all our supporters!
What is diabetes? How do you manage diabetes? What is the range of a normal blood glucose reading? I have diabetes should I change my eating habits?
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to these questions and many more. Knowledge is power which can allow individuals to move forward in dealing with diabetes.
Next Class Series: February
(Wednesdays 3, 10, 17 - 5:30 to 7:30 pm)
A complete diabetes education series covering a wide range of topics to help you understand your diabetes and how to manage it.
For more information call 614-884-4400.