About Living Well Taking Control
Living Well Taking Control (LWTC) works with the NHS as part of the National Diabetes Prevention Programme across the UK. LWTC is a not-for-profit programme of Health Exchange, specialising in face-to-face support for patients living with pre-diabetes. LWTC provides group and peer-to-peer support through regular sessions which cover a range of topics from positive mental health, exercise and a healthy diet. Patients can bring friends or family members along to sessions, enabling all round support in practice and at home. LWTC also offers digital health coaching through a special app developed by LWTC’s partner, Liva Healthcare.
Every two minutes someone finds out that they have Type 2 diabetes – a serious health condition that can cause long term health problems. It can lead to sight loss, kidney failure, loss of a limb, and makes you at least twice as likely to have a heart attack or stroke. Being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes can have a huge impact on you and your family and can mean lots of changes to the way you live your life. It’s very important that you find out if you are at high risk of Type 2 diabetes so you can get support to lower your risk. You may be eligible to be enrolled in a free local ‘Healthier You’ NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme.
The Healthier You: NHS Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Programme
- A free peer support programme to help you make sustainable, healthy lifestyle changes
- Delivered either in groups in your local area or one-to-one via our app
- You will work with one coach from start to finish
- You will join thousands of people across the country who have worked with us to change their lives for a healthier future.
- We have the highest completion % rates in the country
Where you can access this programme:
Living Well Taking Control offers this programme in many parts of England. So, if you live in one of the following regions, click on the link and see how we can help you to avoid developing Type 2 diabetes through simple diet, exercise and lifestyle changes.
Even if you live outside of these regions, you can use the Diabetes UK risk tool to find out if you’re at risk of developing the condition.
Click here to calculate your risk. It takes just a few minutes and could be the most important thing you do today!