I Need Diabetes Care

Resources to support patients living with diabetes

A multidisciplinary team approach to helping patients with diabetes better manage their disease with a goal to improve health outcomes for adults living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes by providing education that supports individual learning and patient self-management.

Visits are available both in person and over the phone with a member of our team.

Learn More: Barrie and Community Family Health Team

Barrie Community Health Centre’s Diabetes Management Centre sees adults (ages 18+) living with Type 1, Type 2 or Gestational Diabetes as well as those who have Prediabetes.

Referrals from physicians and self-referrals are accepted.

Services offered:

  • Individual appointments with a Nurse and/or Dietitian
  • Group sessions – cooking demos, education and exercise classes
  • Specialist care as needed if referred to by a physician
  • Education and support for adults controlling their diabetes with medications, injections, insulin pumps or simply with diet and lifestyle
  • Insulin pump starts and support
  • Ongoing follow up as needed by clients

Learn More: Diabetes Management Centre

IDHC provides programs focusing on diabetes education, prevention, and management in Indigenous communities in Ontario, both on and off-reserve — serving First nation, Métis, and Inuit communities.

In collaboration with 100-plus partners, the IDHC team works to:

  • Develop and distribute culturally-appropriate education, promotion and prevention resources based on community needs
  • Support access to treatment and care options
  • Coordinate services
  • Identify local and regional service needs related to diabetes
  • Share relevant diabetes research
  • Act as a resource for other health and education service providers

Learn More: IDHC

The Good Foot Forward program provides basic foot care services for people who have Diabetes or Peripheral Arterial Disease and have no access to footcare (i.e. no extended health benefits or ability to pay for footcare privately).

Foot care is key to prevent issues that could lead to lower-limb amputations.

Issues with your feet could look like a callus, numbness or lack of feeling in the lower leg/toes/feet, or unkept toenails. It could also include foot or toenail deformities, wounds or sores that are recurrent or hard to heal, previous toe or partial foot amputations.

Self-register by calling 705-794-6023


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