JDRF to Host Diabetes Support Group/walk Kickoff in Hurricane

The Charleston Gazette (Charleston, WV), February 27, 2013 | Go to article overview

JDRF to Host Diabetes Support Group/walk Kickoff in Hurricane


The West Virginia Branch of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is planning a support group and walk kick-off event at the Valley Wave Pool Park Community Building in Hurricane. Taking place from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, the event is open to the public, including all adults and children with Type 1 diabetes, as well as their family and friends. Dr. Sarah Jarvis will give a talk on the psychological impacts of Type 1 diabetes and will lead a question and answer session. This talk on the many emotional, education and non-physical aspects of type 1 diabetes has been extremely well received during similar presentations and we are excited to have the opportunity for this discussion on March 9, said spokesperson Debbie Wertz. There will be activities for the kids, snacks and lots of opportunity to connect with other Type 1 families in the local area. The opportunity to connect with other Type 1s and families of Type 1s is a key component to the outreach program being undertaken by the West Virginia Branch of JDRF, Wertz said. Also on March 9, family team packages and registration information will be available for the Annual Walk For a Cure to be held at the State Capitol Complex on May 19. West Virginia Branch volunteers will be on hand to answer questions about family teams and walk registration. …

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