Diabetes Programs

Let’s face it.  Employees struggling with chronic issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure, weight, and stress, don’t always want to talk about it, especially at the office.  We work hard to build trust with our clients to open-up and deal with their challenges in a safe and confidential environment

We provide our clients with real solutions to improve employee wellness, and we get measurable results. People that have attended our programs not only lose weight, but have reported reducing medications for high blood pressure and diabetes, with improved A1c.

Diabetes at Work says:

People with diagnosed diabetes incur average medical expenditures of about $13,700 per year, of which about $7,900 is attributed to diabetes. People with diagnosed diabetes, on average, have medical expenditures approximately 2.3 times higher than what expenditures would be in the absence of diabetes.

 

With a world is full of wellness companies with fancy (elaborate)  complex diagnostics and comprehensive, multifaceted (aka expensive) approach to employee wellness- We have a different approach. After getting a medical referral, we take over at a significant savings to your company to teach our lifestyle program  to your employees. Not only do they learn simple, easy strategies to gradually change unwanted habits and improve the quality of their health, they have fun doing it!

We love what we do.  That’s what brought us together as a team.  We took different paths to discover the important work we do and to find each other as friends and business partners.  One of our strengths is our past work experience diversity.  From small business ownership, corporate sales, teaching, human resources and housing development, we have the varied experience that others lack.

Our mission is to provide total wellness support and accountability for our clients.  The results are straight forward and simple. We want to meet you so you can see for yourself why we are unique.  Contact us today and let us work on a plan for your company ( or employees) together.

Further information can be found at the CDC website.