Central and North Burnett Times - - GUARDIAN -

Find out more about di­a­betes - the symp­toms, causes and ways to man­age it - at bulk-billed, friendly Di­a­betes Ed­u­ca­tion ses­sions held right here in the North Bur­nett each month. IWC brings Cre­den­tialled Di­a­betes Ed­u­ca­tor and Reg­is­tered Nurse Janelle An­der­son to Gayn­dah and Eidsvold to work with small groups. Any­one with a Medi­care Card can ac­cess the ses­sions free of char4e. You don't have to be di­a­betic - you may wish to find out more about hoD to ;re­Cent the on­set of this chronic dis­ease. Or you may have di­a­betes and want to join a group en­vi­ron­ment that pro­vides pro­fes­sional ex­pert guid­ance in a re­laxed way. Janelle An­der­son's ar­eas of ;rac­tice in­clude: • Chil­dren and ado­les­cents • Ges­ta­tional Di­a­betes • Pre di­a­betes • Preg­nancy in di­a­betes • Type 1 di­a­betes • Type 2 di­a­betes Ev­ery­one is wel­come, the ser­vice is bulk-billed (free for Medi­care Card hold­ers), and all IWC ser­vices are cul­tur­ally re­spon­sive. To make an ap­point­ment, call the IWC North Bur­nett team on 4161 4800 or 1300 492 492. Ask about IWC cour­tesy trans­port to get to and from th­ese bulk-billed ses­sions

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