Worksite Health Promotions, Presentations and Additional Resources



    This is an online clearinghouse for promising initiatives in diabetes care, prevention and management in the U.S. The site provides an opportunity to share information and learn about the growing number of successful diabetes programs across America. Whether it's a small community-based initiative, university-sponsored effort, corporate wellness program or large government project, you can learn more about it or submit an initiative at

  • American Diabetes Association Employment Discrimination Resources.

    The ADA has information available to ensure fairness for people with diabetes in the workplace and provides tips to help employees work with their employers to address potential problems and misunderstandings. In addition, the ADA provides guidance, if necessary, for people with diabetes to initiate appropriate actions to assert their rights in the workplace.
  • Team Care: Comprehensive Lifetime Management for Diabetes

    This report was created to help organizational leaders in health care systems and health care purchasers implement multidisciplinary team care for people with diabetes in all clinical settings. It describes how to reduce the human and economic toll of diabetes through a continuous, proactive planned, patient-centered, and population based approach to care (published 4/01) Single copy free. Each additional copy, $1 Limit 6 copies.
  • Making Systems Change for Better Diabetes Care

    Betterdiabetescare is an easy-to-use comprehensive resource to help providers, educators, policy makers, planners and purchasers make important changes in systems of care for people with diabetes. The site has models of systems change, examples of best practices and links to many resources and references that cans assist in the design and implementation of outstanding systems for diabetes care delivery.
  • The Healthier Worksite Initiative addresses workforce health promotion. Well-constructed and well-run programs can reduce costs to the employer and improve employee health and morale.

    While this Web site was designed as a resource for worksite program planners in state and federal government, planners at non-government workplaces may also find this Web site useful in generating ideas for your organization. Here you will find information, resources, and step-by-step toolkits to help you improve the health of your employees.
  • Take Charge of Your Diabetes

  • National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse Diabetes Dictionary

  • GM’s LifeSteps Initative

    The LifeSteps Initative is example of an an award winning corporate-union program created and run by General Motors and the United Auto Workers Union. The program helps employees to better manage their health issues including diabetes. was designed as an educational tool to provide health news and information to employees and members of UAW-GM.
  • Healthfinder

  • American Diabetes Association Resources Worksite Health Promotion

This site last modified: May 23, 2023
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ National Diabetes Education Program is jointly sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with the support of more than 200 partner organizations.