FREE Program for Those New to Type 2 Diabetes

FAN9001257-150x150Diabetes is a journey. There’s a lot to learn, but you don’t have to do it alone. The American Diabetes Association® is ready to help you every step of the way with our Living With Type 2 Diabetes program. The program provides information (online, through the mail and via text) and offers free guidance to help you learn how to manage type 2 diabetes at regular intervals throughout the year. You can also choose to receive additional recipes, tips and reminders on your phone.

Topics include:

  • Food and nutrition
  • Stress and emotions
  • Physical activity
  • Preventing complications
  • Staying on track

Resources include:

  • Recipes
  • Peer support online and via phone
  • Support from the Association’s local office
  • Support from the Association’s National Call Center
  • Opt-in text messaging provided by Care4Life Diabetes

You can enroll by visiting our website or by calling 1-800-DIABETES (800-342-2383). The program is available in English and Spanish. People outside the United States can also enroll in the program; however, they will only receive the materials through e-mail.

The Living With Type 2 Diabetes program is supported in part by Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; Lilly; and Voxiva Inc.

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3 Responses to FREE Program for Those New to Type 2 Diabetes

  1. Shawn Waters says:

    Was just diagnosed with type 2, all new to me. I bought several cool books and that has helped alot. big feel exercise and diet and I will beat it.

  2. Ross says:

    All topics included in the program cover all aspects of a diabetic person’s health and so this program would be really beneficial for diabetic people.

  3. Tina says:

    I admitted as a diabetic since year 2011, i been looking for method for reverse my diabetes, i really do not want to inject and medicine myself everyday, i feel so sad and i can’t accept i am diabetic.

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