Building Capacity in Communities

Webinars

Developing Community Based Programs for People with Diabetes

This e-learning module, available in both English and Spanish, is a basic introduction to the ways community based organizations can help support people with diabetes. From promoting healthy lifestyles and providing support, to creating environments where people can make healthy choices, community based organizations play an important role in helping people with diabetes learn to manage the condition. Take this course to learn more about what your organization can do and how to get started.

Hispanic/Latino CBOs’ Experiences Implementing a Lifestyle Behavior Change Intervention Program - Podcast

Representatives from two Hispanic/Latino community-based organizations talk about their experiences implementing a lifestyle behavior change program for community members with prediabetes in a demonstration project using the NDEP Road to Health Toolkit.

Transcript available for download in English pdf icon[PDF – 363 KB]


Road to Health Demonstration (Spanish)







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Download Audio File – Spanish media icon[MP3 – 9M]

Capacity Building for Diabetes Outreach: A Comprehensive Toolkit for Organizations Serving Asian and Pacific Islander Communities

Strengthen your organization’s capacity by building skills in eight core areas including community assessment, evaluation, and building partnerships. The worksheets and tools pdf icon[PDF-18.13MB] can work in any community.

The Road to Health Training Video

This video teaches community health workers, diabetes educators, and other health care professionals how to use the Road to Health Toolkit. It is available in English and Spanish, and can help you find ideas on how to conduct a successful Road to Health training.

Más Que Comida Webinar and Promotional Resources

Use these resources to develop nutrition interventions for Hispanics and Latinos. Use the promotional resources to support your organization’s outreach and educational activities.

Page last reviewed: June 16, 2017