In a ceremony on February 22, Peter Bascetta received the Citizen of the Year award from the city of Battle Ground. Peter serves as Board Director and Community Outreach Advisor for the clinic and was recognized for his vision and passion for serving those in need in the community. The award was presented at the annual Community Leadership Awards event.
Photo Credit: Shelly Fry Photography
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- Aprenda información nutricional centrada en la diabetes y la alimentación basada en plantas
- Lecciones Prácticas de cocina
- Aprenda cómo comprar con un presupuesto
- Aprender recetas para cocinar en casa
¿Cuando? Martes, 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m., April 3–May 8
¿Donde? Battle Ground Healthcare, 11117 NE 179th St, Battle Ground, WA 98604
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- Healthy eating
- Home blood glucose monitoring
- Medication management
- Mind and body balance
- Physical activity
Classes are held Tuesdays, 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
February 13th, 20th and 27th, 2018
Register today at 360-687-8941.
All classes will be conducted at the Center Point Building in room 300 at 11117 NE 189th St. Battle Ground, WA 98604
Holding the newspaper article in her hand, Leslie walked timidly into the clinic. Using her cane for support, weak from having spent 6 weeks living in their car, she slowly made her way up the hallway. I heard a noise and stepped out of the office. “Can I help you?” Is this this place? Can you help me get my medications and see a doctor?” Leslie and her partner Jeb were searching for someone to help them get medical help and support and rebuild their lives.
Leslie and Jeb joined the Taking Back My Life chronic pain self-management class and completed their weekly homework. Both of them embraced the changes and support and soon found a new perspective on life. Both of their pain levels have improved. Leslie has lost over 40 pounds and is now walking 3 miles to get groceries and go to the library. Life at times still continues to be a struggle but Leslie maintains contact with the clinic and appreciates the love and support she received here. “This has really changed my life. This is family here.”