Road to Health Toolkit
Designed for African Americans at risk for type 2 diabetes, the Road to Health Toolkit provides materials to start a community outreach program to help people prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. The Road to Health Training Guide (available in English and Spanish) and the Road to Health Training Video were developed to use with the toolkit in "train-the-trainer" workshops.
Order the Road to Health Toolkit (English) (Toolkit contains all content listed below)
Guides and Flipchart
Posters and Quizzes
- Poster: City Of Excuses [PDF - 735 KB]
- Poster: A Future Without Type 2 Diabetes [PDF - 135 KB]
- Poster: Nutrition Facts Labels [PDF - 209 KB]
- Poster: Step By Step (Floor Version) [PDF - 493 KB]
- Poster: Step By Step (Wall Version) [PDF - 461 KB]
- Poster: Traffic Light Method [PDF - 506 KB]
- Quiz: Barriers to Being Active [PDF - 54 KB]
Training and Evaluation
Training Guide [PDF
- 1 MB]
The Road to Health Training Guide is designed for people who develop or offer “train-the-trainer” workshops and for community health workers who work with people who are Hispanic and Latino, African American or of African ancestry. Other health care professionals, diabetes educators, health educators, nurses, dietitians, and community educators can also be trained or provide training to others by using the Road to Health Toolkit. Use this guide with the training video and booklets; they are complementary resources.
Training Video | Order
The bilingual Road to Health Training Video is designed for "train-the-trainer" workshops. This video teaches health workers, NDEP partner organizations, and other health professionals how to use the Road to Health Toolkit. It includes activities to help you visualize and get ideas on how to conduct successful training sessions with the toolkit.
Training Video Booklet (English/Spanish) [PDF
- 2 MB]
This booklet describes the Road to Health video and the contents of the toolkit.
Evaluation Guide [PDF
- 1 MB]
The Road to Health Toolkit Evaluation Guide helps community health workers (CHWs), diabetes educators, and other health educators assess (1) how well they have conducted their educational activities using the toolkit, (2) how their activities are making a difference in the lives of their participants who are at risk of type 2 diabetes, and (3) how they can improve their program.
Music and Podcasts
Step by Step: Moving toward Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes
This music CD/DVD helps African Americans incorporate more physical activity into their lives through original songs and a music video with empowering messages that urge listeners to move more.
Order CD/DVD | Watch the Music Video: Everyday is a New Beginning
- Page last reviewed: February 19, 2016
- Page last updated: February 19, 2016
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