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Lions Camp diabetes seminar




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Texas Lions Camp, in cooperation with Dr. Stephen Ponder, is conducting an exclusive advanced diabetes education seminar for the entire family, including siblings and grandparents, on Saturday, April 21, in Kerrville.

Caring for young people with diabetes is a challenge for the whole family, and can be intimidating for grandparents or extended family caregivers. Attending this seminar will provide knowledge, understanding, and confidence for the entire family. Grandparents will spend a portion of the day in sessions specifically designed for their unique situations.

While children ages 6-16 with diabetes and their non-diabetic siblings enjoy the supervised activities of Texas Lions Camp’s state-of-the-art facility, a team of internationally recognized diabetes experts, led by Dr. Stephen Ponder, will provide a day-long seminar on how to apply advanced diabetes care skills. Participants will receive a basic review of current goals of diabetes care, and review core diabetes care concepts which are vital for anyone with type 1 diabetes to master.

The cost for this opportunity, including all meals, snacks, and presentation materials, is $75 per family (includes grandparents) or $25 per individual. For information or to register, visit www.lionscamp.com.
 

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