African American Women’s Health Legacy Project Holds Diabetic and Foot Care Workshop

black woman doctor healthcare nurseSACRAMENTO – When it comes to living better, a local group wants to help people put their best foot forward.

The African American Women’s Health Legacy Project (AAWHL) joins with Sacramento State Nursing interns on Wednesday, November 6, to present a Diabetic and Foot Care Workshop.

The event is scheduled to run from 12 noon to 2:00 p.m. at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, located at 3333 Third Avenue.

Participants will have the opportunity to consult with a podiatrist for vital information on foot care for those with diabetes.

AAWHL, a division of the non-profit organization Yes2Kollege Education Resources, Inc., helps area women learn to manage their diabetes. Since launching this Spring, the group has hosted seminars, arranged exclusive clinic visits and hosted healthy eating demonstrations and field trips.

Refreshments will be provided. Exhibitors and vendors welcome. For more information, call Sharon at (916) 230-1631 or Toni at (916) 519-9189.

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