There are many useful Canadian associations that can help you find the information you need about the treatment and management of your diabetes.
Listed here are just a few:
Canadian Diabetes Association
The largest non-governmental supporter of diabetes research, education and advocacy, and has over 150 branches.
JDRF's goal is to improve the lives of all people affected by type 1 diabetes by accelerating progress on the most promising opportunities to cure, better treat, and prevent the disease.
Quebec Diabetes Association/ Association Diabète Québec
Promotes awareness, encourage research and act as an advocate for people with diabetes residing in Quebec.
Diabetes Children's Foundation
Devotes itself exclusively to the welfare of children with diabetes.
Diabetes Hope Foundation
Assists children and adolescents in their endeavours to achieve their full potential in education, self-management and future independence.
Northern Diabetes Health Network
Brings multidisciplinary diabetes education programs to communities across Northern Ontario.
Canadian Health Network
A web-based information resource funded by Health Canada, its founding partner.
Canadian MedicAlert Foundation
Provides products and services that identify important medical information for individuals in the event of an emergency.
National Aboriginal Diabetes Association
NADA’s 's mission is to be the driving force in addressing diabetes and Aboriginal people as a priority health issue by working together with people.
People with Diabetes
Offers an online community for people in Canada with diabetes, bringing them together in a spirit of camaraderie and peer support.
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