NCCR conducts an awareness counseling session for people with disabilities at the headquarters of the General Federation of Disabled Persons on the prevention of Blood pressure and diabetes

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The Home Care Team at the National Center for Community Rehabilitation held a counseling session on the prevention of Blood pressure and diabetes at the General Union for the Disabled headquarter on Thursday, 5/4/2018, in the presence of 35 people with disabilities of both sexes.

The session started with a brief of the definition of Blood pressure and diabetes, its types and provide consultation on the serious complications of patients with blood pressure and diabetes, which are a chronic disease widespread with a focus on the importance of medical intervention to prevent the development to become a disability, and explained how to take care of the feet of diabetic patients, and provide guidance on appropriate nutrition and exercise, changing the daily life of the patient with adherence to the preventive treatment system and facilitating coexistence with chronic disease.

At the end of the session, consultations were given to the presence and giving them the necessary guidance.