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Support Groups in Hawaii
- Keiki Ohana KonnectionDiabetes isn't just a bunch of blood tests and shots--all the planning and stress can take over your life. At first I had my doubts about a support group, but it's the best way to learn about living with diabetes--from people who are going through the same things every day.
A Support Group for Families and Children with Diabetes
- What is Keiki Ohana Konnection?
- A group of families whose children have diabetes, who wish to:
- Provide emotional support to other families
- Learn from each other's experiences
- Work together to make diabetes less of a burden
- What does Keiki Ohana Konnection do?
- Sponsor monthly "Sharing" meetings for parents of children with diabetes
- Organizes family activities and special events (picnics, Halloween party, etc.)
- Provides support to newly diagnosed families
- Serves as a resource to answer questions
- Keiki Ohana Konnection
- is open to all families of children with diabetes--civilian or military. It is free. Whether you want to get involved or just want information, please call us.
- Some comments about diabetes and Keiki Ohana Konnection
- We were so scared and confused about diabetes. It is really great to meet other families that are dealing with it. We're learning a lot.
--M. Monte, Honolulu
--C. Benjamin, Honolulu
- For more information, call
- Juvenile Diabetes Foundation at (808) 531-5698
American Diabetes Association at (808) 924-7755
Theresa Alejado at Kaiser Moanalua Medical Center at (808) 834-9364
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Last Updated: Wednesday February 21, 2018 15:59:50
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