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Healthy Living (CDSMP) Leader Training in Tucson

Please join Pima County Health Department for a 4-Day Healthy Living (CDSMP) Lay Leader Training. This training will train leaders to facilitate Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. Dates: Thursday, 6/22 9:00-4:30 Friday, 6/23 9:00-4:30 Thursday, 6/29 9:00-4:30 Friday, 6/30 9:00-4:30 Attendance is mandatory all 4 days!! Location: Abrams Public Health Center 3950 S Country …

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Healthy Living with Diabetes (DSMP) Update Training – March 2017

Stanford University recently majorly updated their DSMP materials. This update training is only for DSMP trained Lay Leaders who are active and current with their DSMP certification in Central Arizona. Those who are currently active DSMP Lay Leaders need to attend the update training to receive the new manual. Please join the Arizona Living Well …

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Healthy Living (CDSMP) Leader Training in Phoenix – March 2017

Please join the Arizona Living Well Institute for a Healthy Living (CDSMP) Leader Training in Phoenix. Leaders are the heart and soul of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP). After attending this training, leaders will be able to facilitate CDSMP workshops under a licensed agency. The Training will take place the following dates and times …

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Upcoming Trainings

Healthy Living with Diabetes (DSMP) Leader Cross Training in Phoenix January 19th and 20th at Marc Community Resources For current CDSMP lay leaders looking to facilitate DSMP workshops Training is currently full! If you are interested in attending the next available DSMP Cross Training, please add your name to the waitlist under the ‘training events’ …

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AJ Holiday Turkey Raffle A Huge Success

The Empowerment For Life Foundation, a local non-profit charity, raffled off over a hundred turkeys to qualified, low income individuals and families on Wednesay. The Foundation is an affiliate of Empowerment Systems, Inc. and a Qualifying Charitable Organization, making donations to purchase the turkeys eligible for a state tax credit. With assistance from the United …

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Partners We Need You! Arizona Living Well Institute Work Groups

The Arizona Living Well Institute is requesting your assistance in tackling a few items identified in the October 2016 Partners Meeting. We recognize the experience and knowledge from our partners is invaluable and will serve to create effective solutions. The work groups listed below will be held via conference calls and email and will require …

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Help your community’s families this holiday season!

Donate today to Empowerment Systems, Inc.”s 2016 Holiday Turkey Drive. Your donations will purchase turkeys for our community’s low income families for this holiday season. For donating, you will receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit.

Webinar: Facilitating Transportation to Evidence-Based Programs

Check out this upcoming webinar for resources to help those in your community attend CDSME workshops. This may be particularly useful for those living in rural communities!   Presentation Title: Facilitating Transportation to Evidence-Based Programs January 24, 2017 @ 3-4:30 PM ET   Description: Access to transportation is critical to ensuring that older adults and …

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Save The Date! Empowerment Systems, Inc. 7th Annual Power of Wellness Luncheon


Mark you calendars for the 7th Annual Power of Wellness Luncheon! It will be held on Thursday, April 27th from 11am to 1pm at the Arizona Biltmore Grand Ballroom in Phoenix. We would love to see you there!

Diabetes Cross Training in PHX: Register Now!

DSMP is the English version of the Diabetes Self-Management Program developed by Dr. Kate Lorig at the Stanford Patient Education Research Center. DSMP is a copyrighted program that requires organizations and leaders to operate under a license. In Arizona, DSMP is known as Healthy Living with Diabetes (DSMP). All attendees of this training will need …

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