Active Aging Canada Diabetes Project - Completed 2005
Diabetes is a chronic disease, and is a major public health issue especially as our population ages. More than 1.5 million Canadians have diabetes and another 750,000 have the disease but are unaware of it. Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, or type 2 diabetes, occurs usually after the age of 40 and is the most common form of the disease. Diabetes is a condition that progresses with age and can lead to cardiovascular disease and other debilitating health problems.
Resources for Diabetes Prevention
Facilitation Tips for Community Leaders - PDF Format
Introduction to Your Personal Passport to Healthy Living - YouTube Video
Introduction to the Community Leaders Guidebook - YouTube Video
Active Aging Canada Guidebook Video Comments - Short Survey
OLDER ADULTS WANTED
by the University of Regina,
Health Psychology Laboratory
for a research study to evaluate
a pain self-management program.
Please visit their website
for more information