Road to Health Toolkit
Designed for Community Health Workers/Promotores de la salud serving African American and Hispanic Latino communities, 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 Toolkit includes facilitator and participant materials to host educational sessions in-person or remotely.
- User’s Guide [PDF – 875 KB]
Describes all the resources in the toolkit and suggests ways to use them to promote type 2 diabetes prevention. Read the User’s Guide first, followed by the Group Leader Guide, Participant Guide, and then the Activities Guide.
- Group Leader Guide [PDF – 2 MB]
Discusses type 2 diabetes prevention and is delivered through the story of an adult brother and sister with diabetes in their family who teach people how type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed.
- Participant Guide [PDF – 720 KB]
Resource for your group or participant. It should be used in conjunction with the Group Leader Guide since its lessons and topics align with the Group Leader Guide. The presentation slides [PPT – 4 MB] are another version of the Participant Guide to be used as a presentation tool to display the visuals for each topic during a lesson.
- Activity Guide [PDF – 2 MB]
Suggests specific activities to promote making healthy food choices and physical activity among your participants.
- Evaluation Guide [PDF – 945 KB]
Helps you plan how to get feedback from your participants and use the information to plan future sessions.
This podcast from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention features Put on My Shoes, taken from Step by Step music CD/DVD, an initiative that uses music to promote increased physical activity and healthy lifestyle choices.
This podcast from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention features Breathe In, Breathe Out, taken from Step by Step music CD/DVD, an initiative that uses music to promote increased physical activity and healthy lifestyle choices.
These printable worksheets are part of the Activities Guide but are listed here for easy access and to help engage participants early in the Road to Health.