The NDA/ CDA offers several different support groups. Please see below for each program. There is support for everyone that needs it!!!
1.Diabetes in Children and Families- Las Vegas (DCAF- LV)
DCAF- Las Vegas meets every month on the 1st Tuesday at:
Southwest Medical Associates- Auditorium-2300 West Charleston- Las Vegas (Ranch and Charleston) Time: 7pm
2.Reno Family Support Group
Meets Every 2nd Wednesday of the Month at:
PLEASE NOTE*>>> 2014 Changes Terry Lee Wells Discovery Museum -490 Center Street- Reno, NV 89501- Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Diabetic Children and Family Support Group and Reno Family Support Group- are special and supportive environment for parents and children to learn about diabetes management. Features include: guest speakers, youth activities, special events and parties. These events take place the first Tuesday (LV) and the 2nd Wednesday of the month (in Reno). DCAF/ FS have helped ease the pain and frustration of newly diagnosed families. This group has created a forum for those affect by diabetes to come and share thoughts, ideas and ease suffering.
3.Reno Adult Diabetes Support Group
Meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month
NDA Ex. Office (Stewart and South Virginia)- 18 Stewart Street- Reno, NV 89501- Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
The Reno Adult Support is for any adult that is diabetic (Type 1, 2 or gestational) and their friends, family and support team. Each month will feature a different topic from local diabetes professionals. This is a safe environment where you can get your questions answered and find the support you need.
4.Las Vegas Injection Connection and Northern Injection Connection “Teen Support Groups”
Events and Times are all located on flyers and calendar. Please also see the “Teen Events and Programming-Injection Connection Tab”
5.ADEMS Adult Diabetes Support Group Las Vegas
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Meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month. West Charleston Library- 6301 West Charleston Blvd- Las Vegas, NV. Time 5pm.
ADEMS Provides valuable up to date information on the management and control of diabetes. When one is in the center of the community there is no need to look in from afar. ADEMS is where the in crowd with diabetes is on the second Tuesday of each month. If you ever had questions about diabetes and wish to know how others are managing their disease process or if you just desire new and improved techniques for the control of diabetes then we are here for you.
6.Diabetes Support for Tykes & Tweens
Meets on the 4th Monday of each month at 6-7 pm
Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican, Siena Campus- MacDonald Conference Center- 3001 St. Rose Pkwy.- Henderson, NV 89052
In this support group, parents and kids with diabetes (up to age 12) share and learn new ways to overcome obstacles and be successful in school, sports and play. For more information, please call 702.616.4900.
7.Dignity Health’s Henderson Diabetes Support Group
Meets the 1st Wednesday of every month at 10 am
Barbara Greenspun WomensCare Center of Excellence – Henderson- 2651 Paseo Verde Pkwy., Suite 180- Henderson, NV 89074
This program was developed by the Stanford School of Medicine for people with type 2 diabetes, to complement your current medical treatment. This six-week program will teach you ways to regain control of your life through self-management techniques. Call 702.616.4900 for information and program dates and times.
8. GLU National Online Support Community
Glu is an active and diverse type 1 diabetes online community designed to accelerate research and amplify the collective voice of those living with T1D. Register Now. The Goals of GLU are to nationally: Support-Find and connect with others touched by T1D. Empower- Get involved as a citizen scientist to help accelerate research. Educate- Learn from discussions, articles, research, and from each other.
9. CarbDM- Seize Diabetes
Carb DM’s mission is to build a supportive community that improves the quality of life and health of all those affected by type 1 diabetes. The Carb DM community fosters connections among people with diabetes, their loved ones, and medical professionals; promotes learning; and develops strategies for thriving with diabetes.