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About LiveWell Diabetes Program
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Who is it for
Individuals with type 1, type 2, gestational diabetes, & pre-diabetes
Provide education, self-management, and support for families and/or individuals living with diabetes.
|| Following physician or self-referral, the individual is contacted directly and seen by a nurse and/or dietitian. Family members are encouraged to attend appointments. Short term follow-up is provided for type 2 and regular follow-up is provided for type 1.
Group education is provided for newly diagnosed individuals and their family by a dietitian and exercise therapist(s). Follow-up group session is proviced for participants
|| Pediatric and young adult diabetes clinics are available for youth and their families. These clinics provide both education and medical care. Admission by medical referral only. Children are reviewed individually at graduated intervals.
Education is provided for any pregnant woman with type 1 diabetes or gestational diabetes.
Gestational diabetes groups are held weekly on Mondays from 1:00 – 4:00pm. The Pregnancy Clinic is held weekly on Tuesdays from 12:00 – 5:00 PM and includes education and medical care.
Admission by physician referral only.
|Outpatient Adult Clinics
Clients are seen by the medical specialist, nurse and/ or dietitian. Individuals will be encouraged to achieve optimal diabetes control using self-management skills. Admission by physician referral only.
How to Register
Physician referral or self referral with a physician within the Saskatoon Health Region.
LiveWell Common Referral Form (PDF)
Appointment based and/or refer to “service” section
- RUH 103 Hospital Drive Main Floor, Royal University Hospital
- West Winds Primary Healthcare Center, 3311 Fairlight Dr.
306-655-2136 or 306-655-2137
Saskatchewan Diabetes Directory (PDF)
Directory of all Diabetes Clinics, Dietitians and Diabetes Nurses and in Saskatchewan - Please click on cover to view.