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Do you or a loved one have diabetes? Are you ready to gain control and lead an empowered life with a better understanding of managing this condition? With the right skills, tools, and supportive environment, diabetes self-management does not have to be overwhelming. Diabetes self-management education and support can help provide vital information that enables you to take charge of your health.

Desmond Croker RN, Dip. OHS, BSN MSN CCDE (CEO)

Hi Welcome to this programe, I am a Registered Nurse with over 25 years experience in various areas of the healthcare delivery system.
For the past 10 years I have been focusing specifically on chronic disease management. Especially diabetes self-management and support. Helping people with diabetes develop self management skills to better understand the management of their condition.
Since 2018 I have been implementing successful Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES) programs with participants of these programs now able to manage their diabetes comfortably.

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My name is Roxanne Ali. I have been a diabetic for over 10 years. I was not managing my diabetes very well. My HbA1C was always high. My routine was go clinic, take medicine and that was it. I was not given advice on the little details. After joining the DSMES group, I was taught how to take my medicine the correct way and time. I was seen by the foot care team and the dietitian. This made a great difference in my test results; after 3 months my HbA1C went from 11.8 to 8. My blood tests now are between 100 and 125. I am in control of my diabetes.
Thanks to the team DSMES, I will advise anyone to join.

Roxanne Ali


Since being a member of Diabetes Self-Management Education & Support (DSMES), I have learnt:
  • How to better manage diabetes, how to plan my meals
  • How to understand and read labels
  • The correct way & time to take my medication
  • How I can better take care of my feet
  • How to feel better about myself
  • The importance of knowing my HbA1C (3 month average of my blood sugar). My HbA1C has gone down
NB: Any change in my life starts with me.

Annette Young


My name is Victoria John. I take this opportunity to let you know how important to take care of yourself if you have diabetes. I have been living with this sickness for the past 15 years and I am in the Arima Lifestyle Clinic where I get to see the doctors and get tests done free.
I never knew about HbA1C until I joined the DSMES support group. When I first took the test the result was 11.5 and the doctor explained that it was too high. After talks with other support groups such as dietitians, foot care persons and others; I am trying to follow the instructions and my HbA1C WENT TO 9.5. Though this is still high, I am trying to control it with diet and exercise. If you have any symptoms of diabetes, get yourself tested.
Let your doctor refer you to the Lifestyle Clinic, then join the DSMES group in order to get the support with diet exercise and just having someone to talk to about diabetes.

Victoria John


My name is David Singh. I have been a diabetic for the last 15 years. I have followed my doctors advice very well but that was not good enough. When I joined (DSMES) Diabetic Self-Management Education & Support group I was taught the correct method to use my medication.
I was taught the importance in reading products labels to see if sugar and other unwanted ingredients was in the product and therefore should be avoided.
My HBA1c went from 7.9 to 7.3 within the first 3 months because of advice from Desmond Croker RN, Dip. OHS, BSN MSN CCDE {Founder andd CEO} AMCEC.
Contact them today you may be making the most important decision in your life as a diabetic. Thanks to Mr. Croker and his team.. David Singh

David Singh