Who is it for:
Individuals and their families living with or at risk of developing diabetes; specific focus on working with First Nations, Métis and Immigrant peoples.
To provide holistic, comprehensive and culturally appropriate services for the prevention, detection, treatment and self-management of diabetes.
To enhance accessibility of services for diabetes care or prevention for First Nations, Métis and Immigrant peoples
- Individual Counselling and Education
- Group Education
- Diabetes Risk Assessment
- Group Exercise Assessment
- Community Education
Aim 4 Health Program is a community outreach diabetes program providing education about diabetes prevention and care. The interdisciplinary team includes a nurse clinician, registered dietitian, exercise therapist, health educator, social worker, outreach workers and manager. Family members are encouraged to attend appointments and programs. Health activities, risk assessment and educational events are offered in partnership with organizations and groups.
How to register:
Physician, Healthcare Provider or Self referral
Individual Education at Diabetes Program, Aim 4 Health Office
2409 - 22nd Street West
Other community locations
Multidisciplinary Adult Clinic
2409 - 22nd Street West
- By Physician referral only
- Seen by medical specialist, nurse and /or dietitian for optimal diabetes control
Fitness, Food & Fun at White Buffalo Youth Lodge
602 – 20th St.
Free Drop-in exercise program to increase strength and cardio fitness. Free childcare upon request.
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 10 am - 11:30 am
Food Experience at Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre
202 Avenue C South.
Meal preparation, skill development, health and diabetes education
Pre-register: 306-655-LIVE (5483)
Wednesday 9:30 am – 11:30 am
The overall philosophy of this program is to provide outreach services where people regularly gather and in a variety of existing community locations. Home visits may be provided. Call for information on location sites and program times.
Programs and events delivered in partnership with: CHEP Good Food Inc., Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre, Westside Community Clinic, White Buffalo Youth Lodge, Community Peer Leader Program, & Canadian Diabetes Association.
306-655-LIVE (5483) (by phone) or 306-655-0210 (fax)
2409 - 22nd Street West location (.pdf) 306-655-0230 (phone) and fax 306-655-0210
LiveWell Chronic Disease Management
Royal University Hospital, 103 Hospital Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N0W8
Office: 306-655-LIVE (306-655-5483)
Toll Free: 1-877-LIVE-898 (1-877-548-3898)