"Daily Camp" a free educational event for diabetes patients
The Daily Camps is a program created by the Puerto Rican Diabetes Association, which seeks to empower patients in diabetes self-care.
This educational program is available in three modalities, in person, which is carried out several times a year, where the patient can attend the workshops offered by the program for one day.
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They also work virtually through the Zoom platform, to which people connect and work synchronously in each of these workshops.
The third option is available online, where people work from the comfort of their home, which has the advantage of being able to pause, fast forward and repeat the workshops.
For her part, Lcda. Adia Aponte, Coordinator of Communication and Health Education Services of the Puerto Rican Diabetes Association, comments that thanks to this modality, patients can take it from different parts of the world.
"We work on several modules, among which we manage strategies for managing the condition, the importance of medication adherence, the importance of physical activity, diabetes and healthy nutrition, and how to live with diabetes," commented Aponte. .
On the other hand, the main objective of this initiative is to empower patients about their condition, through education, achieving reflection on self-care, to achieve control of the condition.
People who are interested in attending this virtual event must register at https://forms.gle/27AC14adWTu3WfYj7
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