Diabetes PATH Series -- Wednesdays (1-3 p.m. EST)

March 3, 2021 - April 7, 2021


Contact: For more information or questions contact Christi Demitz at 517-490-1608 or demitzch@msu.edu. 


This workshop is online, so participants must be able to fully participate by audio and video. If you do not have these capabilities, please contact Christi Demitz (demitzch@msu.edu or 517-490-1608) to learn of alternative workshops.   

Diabetes PATH is a 6-week, self-management online workshop designed for people living with diabetes and their family members, friends, and caregivers. Over the course of 6 weeks, participants learn a variety of tools to:  

  • deal with the symptoms of diabetes
  • increase physical activity
  • plan meals and eat healthy
  • work more effectively with health care providers
  • set goals and accomplish them

Benefits of participating:

  • sharing with others who understand
  • taking ownership of your diabetes
  • knowing you are not alone
  • having your voice heard

Cost: FREE--program for Michigan residents 

This series is funded by a generous grant from Lions Club International.

Technology Requirements: 

  • Internet or data connection
  • Device with a camera and audio

If you are unable to have video and audio enabled during the program, please contact Christi Demitz (demitzch@msu.edu or 517-490-1608) for the Telephone Diabetes PATH Toolkit.  

Need other options?  Try Chronic Disease PATH or Chronic Pain PATH.


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