Coronavirus Update

Living Well Taking Control has taken measures to protect you during the Coronavirus pandemic. Read more.


Research just published, the first study to examine the national impact of the NHS National Diabetes Prevention Programme (NDPP) – of which Living Well Taking Control is a large part – has found ‘that the NDPP was effective at reducing the incidence of type 2 diabetes compared to population health trends over an extended period. To find out more please click here

New research proves the Diabetes Prevention Programme reduces cases of Type 2 Diabetes

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Know Your Risk

More than 5 million people across the UK are at risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. 

Find out your "risk score" and get free, instant advice on the options available to you.

There are just 7 questions and acting immediately could prevent you from developing this life-changing illness.

The Healthier You: NHS Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Programme

  • A free peer support programme to help you make sustainable, healthy lifestyle changes

  • Delivered either in groups in your local area or one-to-one via our app

  • You will work with one coach from start to finish

  • We have the highest completion % rates in the country

  • You will join thousands of people across the country who have worked with us to change their lives for a healthier future.


Referring A Patient

Are you a GP or a medical professional working in primary care?

There is a good chance that a number of your patients or service users will be eligible to receive our support. Perhaps without even realising it.

To find out about how you can refer people onto the Healthier You NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme, click below:

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Case Studies

We have delivered the Healthier You programme to thousands of people across the UK, many of whom have offered to share their experience afterwards.

To listen to and read some of our service users' stories, just click the button below:




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We set goals, celebrate achievements, provide regular support and, ultimately, create a community of people who feel happier and healthier, with a reduced risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes.