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Registration Steps:
*You only need to complete one of the two

1) Physician Referral

If your physician/primary care provider feels you can benefit from the program, ask he/she to make a referral. Your primary care provider should call Ladie Viars, RN at 304.369.1230 Ext. 4502.

OR

2) Screening Tool

If you don’t have a physician referral, you can complete a short screening tool. Program Director and Trainer, Ladie Viars, RN, will

review and determine if you qualify. 

Download and print a copy HERE

Complete and mail to:

Boone Memorial Health

701 Madison Avenue

Madison, WV 25130

ATTENTION: Ladie Viars, RN

OR

Scan and email to:

lviars@bmh.org 

*Class space is limited

*Age Requirement: 18 years and up

*Children are not permitted in class sessions. 

Please make arrangements for childcare.

Call Ladie at 304.369.1230 Ext. 4502

for more information

Diabetes Self-Management Education & Support

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FARMacy is a 12-week program that helps families improve their health by providing fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables - at no cost.

Make positive healthy lifestyle changes by

joining the Boone Memorial Healthy

Lifestyle Program

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Ladie Viars, RN

Director of Clinical Education and Community Health

The BMH Healthy Lifestyle Program classes began in 2018. The year long program has been researched and certified by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control). 

 

Participants are expected to attend classes once a week for the first six months, which is considered the Core Program. During the second six months of the year, class participants meet twice

a month, which is considered the Post Core. During Post Core, the class instructor will reinforce the information taught during the first six months. 

 

Classes last approximately one hour and include education and resources regarding nutrition, stress reduction, healthy living and diabetes prevention. Specific topics include healthy diet (how to read food labels, calorie or carbohydrate counting, portion sizes, eating more fruits and vegetables, decreasing sugary drinks and drinking more water). In addition, participants learn about mindless and emotional eating as well as physical activity and the importance of getting adequate sleep.

Weigh-ins are held weekly, which are private.

 

Classes are taught by Ladie Viars, RN and take place on the first floor of the BMH Foundation for Community Health Building.

1607 Smoot Avenue (Beside United Bank)

Danville, WV 25053

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