Stop Diabetes @ Work for Employers
In the last five years alone, the number of Americans with diabetes has increased by an alarming 27 percent. As the U.S. diabetes epidemic grows, so does the need to address diabetes in the workplace.
Stop Diabetes @ Work provides resources that address diabetes prevention and management:
Online Employer Portal
Access a portal with resources to share with your staff including:
- Handouts that can be co-branded
- Newsletter articles and recipes to communicate healthy lifestyle messages on a monthly basis
- Online and paper tools to track progress
- Facts to help make the business case for worksite wellness
- Resources to integrate health into the corporate culture
Give your employees access to tools that address healthy lifestyles and help track successes.
American Diabetes Association Weight Talk® Program
Offer your employees a personalized coaching program designed to achieve measurable, sustainable weight loss for participants who are overweight or obese. Brought to you through collaboration between the American Diabetes Association and Alere Wellbeing, Inc., the American Diabetes Association Weight Talk® Program applies an evidence-based curriculum and engages participants in telephonic coaching and web-based activities to lose weight and prevent prediabetes, type 2 diabetes and diabetes complications. Learn more.
Local American Diabetes Association Resources
Work with your local American Diabetes Association to develop an evidenced-based healthy worksite program that meets the needs of your employees.
In addition, you can work with your local American Diabetes Association on team-building activities that take place in your community. By participating in one of the Association’s signature events, Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes, Tour de Cure, or Community Walk to Stop Diabetes, you can reinforce the physical activity components in this program and be recognized in your community as a company who is dedicated to wellness.
To learn more, the first step is to register so we can assess your needs and begin to customize a program.