Resources for living well
These programs aim to assist parents in helping children manage their weight and live healthy lifestyles with specific activities and milestones. En español
The Behavioral Diabetes Institute is an organization dedicated to helping people with diabetes live long, healthy, and happy lives. This website provides an array of evidence-based clinical programs, all designed to help people overcome the emotional and behavioral obstacles to living well with diabetes.
Behavioral Diabetes Institute (BDI)
This program is designed to help parents and caregivers of adolescents ages 9 to 13 improve family eating and activity habits. The program toolkit focuses on parents as role models and provides them with hands-on tools to make small, specific behavior changes to prevent obesity and help maintain a healthy weight. En español
Office on Women's Health (OWH)
This toolkit includes articles, videos, and other materials to help you attain greater emotional health and balance in your life.
This program brings face-to-face, small-group sessions to life through conversation maps. With the help of a trained facilitator, participants focus on the health information most relevant to them and relate it to their own experiences. At the end of each session, participants create a workable plan for using what they learn to drive meaningful behavior change in their lives. Training for facilitators is available.
This in-person exercise program for older adults helps to increase your strength, boost your activity levels, and elevate your mood through dynamic exercises at a pace that's right for you.
This resource guide provides health care professionals with six ready-to-use, interchangeable lessons to help patients get on track for heart-healthy eating.
Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition, General Mills
The evidence-based Group Lifestyle Balance program is designed to help patients make lifestyle changes which can prevent diabetes and prevent or treat metabolic syndrome. This program provides education, encouragement and the tools necessary to help individuals reach their healthy lifestyle goals and is designed for non–diabetic, overweight individuals age 18 and older who have pre–diabetes and/or the metabolic syndrome.
University of Pittsburgh Diabetes Prevention Support Center
This in-person weight management program educates overweight children and their parents about nutrition and physical activity through interactive sessions.
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
This in-person program aims to fight the childhood obesity epidemic by fostering an environment where kids know it's hip to be healthy. Nutrition and physical activity is at the root of each program, helping to build healthy bodies and healthy hearts.
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