Meets weekly for first four months for a total of sixteen sessions, then monthly for next eight months
In this evidence-based program, participants meet in a group with a trained lifestyle coach to focus on lifestyle-change strategies to lose weight, increase physical activity and decrease their risk of developing type 2 diabetes. This program is open to all Sanford Health patients aged 18 or older.
One in three adults has prediabetes and many do not know it. Take the risk test to see if you are at risk for developing pre-diabetes.
To participate in the Diabetes Prevention Program, individuals must have at least one of the following qualifications:
If you have been diagnosed by your physician with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes you do not qualify for this program. Please contact us to learn more about other lifestyle medicine programs.
The online program meets using software that is accessible using a desktop computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet. A lifestyle coach facilitates an engaging discussion with participants during the live class. Participants will receive support from their instructor and fellow classmates who are working on similar goals. All attendees will have access to a workbook with educational information related to each session topic. A scale will also be provided for at home use. The cost of this program is $99 for Sanford Health patients. You may use health savings account dollars to pay for this program. Sanford Health Plan members will have the $99 fee waived as a part of their wellness benefits. The program fee will not be collected until the time of full registration and program commitment.
Sign up for a group online introduction class and registration with a Lifestyle Coach.
March 2, 2021 Tuesdays, 7 to 8am Click here to sign up for this intro class.
The in-person classes are facilitated by a lifestyle coach. Participants will weigh in at class and be provided with a workbook with educational information related to each session topic. A lifestyle coach facilitates an engaging discussion with participants during the in person class. Participants will receive support from their instructor and fellow classmates who are working on similar goals.
Currently there are no in-person classes accepting registrations due to COVID-19.
Contact us with questions or to learn about other diabetes prevention services.