Mobile Diabetes Education Center
Touro University California's MOBEC is a provider of the National DPP Lifestyle Change Program
88 million American adult have PREDIABETES and 85% of them don’t know they have it. Fast Facts: Data and Statistics about Diabetes -American Diabetes Association Feb, 2020.With prediabetes, blood sugar is higher than normal but not high enough yet to be diagnosed as diabetes. People with prediabetes are at high risk for TYPE 2 DIABETES, heart disease, and stroke. But prediabetes can often be reversed.
The National DPP Lifestyle Change Program is a FREE 1-year program proven to reduce your risk of getting diabetes.
For more info about the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP), click Here
If you have any questions, please contact us at 707-638-5970 or email@example.com.
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Success with Diabetes
Over 34 million Americans or 10.5% of the population have diabetes; that’s 1 in 10 Americans. Diabetes increases the risk of heart disease and stroke and can lead to other serious complications, such as kidney failure, blindness, and amputation of a toe, foot, or leg.
Touro University California and the DREAM (Diabetes Research Education And Management) Team bring to our community the Success with Diabetes program. A FREE 6-week interactive program in which you will learn to live a healthier life with diabetes!
Please contact us if you have any questions:
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Zoom into Wellness!
Touro University California and MOBEC bring to the Solano County Community Zoom into Wellness. A webinar series with the goal of facilitating conversations regarding health and wellness with Solano County community members, and to raise awareness about chronic condition management and wellness.
If you miss any of the webinars during November 2020 and Spring 2021, all recordings are available here: Zoom into Wellness -YouTube Playlist.
Visit the Zoom into Wellness webpage for upcoming webinars information and details!
MOBEC and Touro University California Video Series:
Connect with MOBEC
The Connect with MOBEC videos were created to provide health and diabetes-related education. These short videos cover a variety of topics, such as, recipe ideas, physical activity movements, and diabetes self-care techniques. All videos are available here: Connect with MOBEC -YouTube Playlist
Cooking Lite with Chef Ray Nottie
Touro University California’s very own Executive Chef Raymond Nottie has made some great videos on healthier home cooking by sharing some of his favorite family recipes. Enjoy Chef Ray talking about his family and his favorite foods here: MOBEC Cooking Lite with Chef Ray Nottie -YouTube Playlist. For a nicely formatted print version of any of the recipes please email Anne Lee: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Mobile Diabetes Education Center
The Touro Mobile Diabetes Education Center (MOBEC), is a state-of-the-art mobile trailer operated by Touro University California Diabetes Research and Management (DREAM) team with the help of student volunteers to bring FREE diabetes screening and education to the people of Solano County. Through the use of this mobile education center, we aim to break the barrier between healthcare providers and community members in the prevention of diabetes. We provide not only diabetes screening for members of the community who may not otherwise have adequate access to healthcare but also education to the public about their risk factors, thus aiming to prevent diabetes and prediabetes in their lives.
- To raise awareness about diabetes and prediabetes
- To empower effective self-management of diabetes and its related conditions
Establishing a culture in promoting self-management and lifestyle modifications to achieve optimal health among those who are at risk for and affected by diabetes
What does MOBEC provide to the community?
Touro University California staff and current health professional students volunteering with the MOBEC interact one-on-one with each community member who visits the education center, assessing the visitor's risk factors for diabetes, providing diabetes screening—both blood glucose screenings and A1C screenings for high risk patients—and individualized education to prevent diabetes and prediabetes. Blood pressure screening and check ups are also provided. Education methods include one-on-one counseling regarding lifestyle modifications, nutrition, medication education, and exercise education.
If space permits, "Dia-BEAT-it!"—a low-impact exercise program—is led hourly by student volunteers to provide community members with ways to get active at home without the need for a gym membership or any formal exercise equipment.
Community members of all ages are encouraged to visit the MOBEC and take advantage of this free screening service available to all residents of Solano County. If children under the age of 18 wish to be screened, they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
In addition to these services, participants have the opportunity to enroll in FREE classes available throughout Solano County: The National DPP Lifestyle Change Program, developed and approved by the CDC, it is a year-long program focused on helping participants reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes; The Success with Diabetes program, a 6-week program focused on teaching participants what diabetes is and how to effectively manage it. Click the link below to leave your information, and we will contact you as soon as a class becomes available in your area!
Where can you find MOBEC?
MOBEC is back on the road March 2021.
We recognize that many of our visitors are people or family members of those who have chronic medical conditions – putting them at higher risk to suffer from effects of this virus. MOBEC aims to take aggressive precautious measures to prevent possible spreading of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). MOBEC staff will be following new protocol to ensure the safety of all our community members and staff.
To help us protect yourself and others, we are kindly asking everyone who comes to visit us at the MOBEC events to follow social distancing recommendations and wear a mask or face covering.
If you would like to contact us with any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com or call 707-638-5970.
We are staying active on social media. Stay in touch!
YouTube Playlist: TUC Mobile Diabetes Education
Meet Our Team
For more information, please contact Anne Lee, Diabetes Program Coordinator at 707-638-5970 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The MOBEC is fully funded from generous gifts and grants from community sponsors.
Our 2021-2022 sponsors include:
Sutter Health Foundation, California Department of Public Health, and Janssen Community Impact
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