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AADE Diabetes Prevention Program

A Model of Care That Works

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 86 million adults (one in three) in the U.S. have prediabetes. The National DPP brings an evidence-based Lifestyle Change Program for preventing type 2 diabetes to local communities.

In 2012, CDC selected AADE as one of six partner organizations to assist in expanding the reach of the National DPP. An overarching goal of this project is to make the Lifestyle Change Program a covered healthcare benefit for people with prediabetes.

AADE is currently funding a total of 46 AADE-accredited and/or ADA-recognized DSME sites in 17 states to implement the National DPP.



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The AADE Prevention Network™

Many programs are already offering diabetes prevention and others are considering it. Regardless of where you're at in the process, the AADE Prevention Network provides the tools, reach and expertise to help you build, sustain and secure reimbursement for diabetes prevention.


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AADE DPP Workshops

For in-depth training on building or improving a DPP, becoming a Lifestyle Coach, or learning the reimbursement process, check out AADE's DPP live, in-person workshops.



AADE DPP Map as of 3-14-2016

Diabetes Prevention Program Sites

AADE is currently funding a total of 46 nationally certified Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) programs in 17 states to implement the National DPP.




Diabetes Prevention Program Latest News

AADE DPP Newsletter

Read our monthly AADE DPP newsletter, Plugged into Prevention.




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AADE Lifestyle Coach Training

We offer Lifestyle Coach Training to help you acquire the necessary skills to implement a successful Lifestyle Change Program of the National Diabetes Prevention Program.




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National Diabetes Prevention Program 

Since the fall of 2012, AADE has been working as a grantee of the CDC to increase access to the National Diabetes Prevention Program and make participation in the program a reimbursable benefit. 




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Pre-conference course: Thursday, August 3 

Best Practices for the National Diabetes Prevention Program 

Gather the CDC's perspective on the National DPP, learn from the largest in-person DPP Networks and listen as program coordinators describe how they set up their programs to implement the National DPP with specific populations. Attendees will learn how to prepare for Medicare Reimbursement in 2018 and explore best practices and facilitation techniques to increase participant recruitment and retention rates.

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