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Diabetes and Health Education Program

All programs are taught by FHCP Registered Nurses, Registered Dietitians, and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialists.

Florida Health Care Plans offers members a variety of FREE programs and services focusing on the prevention, early detection, and management of diabetes and other conditions.

With no program limits and flexible options for working adults, like individual appointments and telehealth options, Florida Health Care Plans make it easy for you to stay on top of your health.

Speak to someone today by calling 386-676-7133!

FHCP DIABETES EDUCATION PROGRAM (4 - Part Series)

The FHCP Diabetes Program is recognized by the American Diabetes Association. Classes are taught by Registered Nurses, Registered Dietitians, and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialists.

This free Diabetes Education Program is designed to educate members on how to manage their Diabetes.

Program discussions include:
  • Diabetes Overview

  • Preventing Complications

  • Signs and Symptoms of High and Low Blood Sugar

  • Lifestyle Changes

  • Nutrition Education

  • Monitoring Guidelines for HgbA1C, Blood Glucose Meters, Blood Pressure, & Weight

  • Foot, Skin, and Dental Care

  • Medications

FHCP Diabetes And Health Education Programs

Diabetes Prevention Program

  • Causes and Treatment for Pre-Diabetes

  • Diabetes Prevention

  • Lifestyle Changes and Management

  • Developing an Exercise Routine

Optimized Kidney Health Through Nutrition

  • 5 Stages of Kidney Disease

  • Limiting Certain Foods to Manage Chronic Kidney Disease

Nutrition Game Plan for Diabetes

  • Problem Solving

  • Trends with Nutrition and Blood Sugars

  • Review of Diabetes Self-Management

    Program

Hypertension Class

  • Nutrition Education

  • DASH Diet

  • Sodium Education

  • Exercise Recommendations

Eat Healthy for You and Your Baby

  • Pre-Pregnancy Nutrition

  • Pregnancy and Healthy Eating

  • What Foods to Avoid and Why

Eat Right Move Right Program

  • Lifestyle Modification and Goal Setting

  • USDA Plate/Food Labels

  • Ongoing Support

  • Exercise Recommendations

Introduction to Plant-Based Diet

  • What is a Plant-Based Diet?

  • How to Transition

  • Building a Healthy, Plant-Based Meal

Healthy Heart Eating Class

  • Nutrition Guidelines – Reducing Lipids

  • High Blood Pressure Treatments and Management

  • Exercise Recommendations

  • All About the Mediterranean Diet

Diabetes and Pregnancy

  • Gestational

  • Pre-existing for Type 1 and Type 2

  • Will Receive an Individually Calculated Meal Plan

  • Individual Appointments with Registered Dietitians and Registered Nurses

Speak to someone today by calling 386-676-7133!

Members with a diagnosis of Type 1, Type 2, or gestational diabetes may self-refer or be referred by their primary care physician.






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