Healthy Living for ME will be offering the National Diabetes Prevention Program to Mainers in 2022. The workshop is for adults who are at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes or who have pre-diabetes. It is estimated that over 86,000 Mainers are aware they have prediabetes.

“I can say from personal experience that the National Diabetes Prevention Program is life-changing. When I was diagnosed with prediabetes, I took the course and what I learned not only helped prevent me from developing diabetes but also helped me live a healthier lifestyle overall,” said Gerard Queally, president and CEO of Spectrum Generations and a managing partner of Healthy Living for ME. “If you are pre-diabetic or at risk for developing Type 2 diabetes, please reach out to us to learn more about this program and how it can help you.”

Healthy Living for ME will be offering the National Diabetes Prevention Program beginning Tuesday, Feb. 8. Sessions will be held for 16 weeks from 2:30-3:30 p.m., and will then transition to every other week follow-up meetings and support for the remainder of the yearlong program.