DPP Lifestyle Materials for Sessions 1-16 -- Lifestyle Coach Materials and Optional Participant Handouts

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Lifestyle Balance - Healthy Eating, Being Active

  • Sessions 1-16 -- Lifestyle Coach Materials and Optional Participant Handouts

  • Beyond Session 16 -- Lifestyle Coach Materials and Participant Handouts

  • Sessions 1-16 -- Standard Participant Handouts

All Session 16 Lifestyle Materials for Coach (English only)

PDF: 17.3MB/556 pgs
[Please note large file size]

 

 

 

Section

Description

File for Download

Introduction

 

PDF: (279KB/16 pgs)
English

 

Overview
How To Use This Manual
Revision Policy
Acknowledgments
Table of Contents
Revision History

 

Section 1:

Protocol-Based Intervention

PDF: 90KB/2 pages

1.1

Protocol-Based Intervention

 

Section 2:

The DPP Lifestyle Intervention Goals

PDF: 250KB/5 pages

2.1.

Weight Goal

 

2.1.1.

Rationale for the Weight Goal

 

2.1.2.

Temporary Suspensions of Efforts to Achieve Weight Goal

 

2.2.

Physical Activity Goal

 

2.2.1.

Rationale for the Physical Activity Goal

 

2.2.2.

Adjustments to the Physical Activity Goal

 

Section 3:

Role and Training of the DPP Intervention Staff

PDF: 219KB/4 pages

3.1.

Case Managers

 

3.2.

Home Health Aides and Participant Peers

 

3.3.

Local Experts

 

3.4.

Outside Referrals

 

3.5

Local Supervision and Support of Lifestyle Staff

 

3.6

Recommended Location for Conducting Lifestyle Sessions

 

Section 4:

Frequency of Contact with Lifestyle Participants and Required Staff

PDF: 184KB/2 pages

4.1.

Frequency of Contact with Lifestyle Participants and Required Staff

 

Section 5:

Overview of Strategies to Achieve the Weight Loss Goal

PDF: 247KB/7 pages

5.1.

Achieving the Weight Loss Goal

 

5.2.

Self-Monitoring Weight

 

5.3.

Setting a Fat Intake Goal

 

5.4.

Setting a Calorie Goal

 

5.5.

Self-Monitoring Fat and/or Calorie Intake During the Core Curriculum

 

5.5.1.

Guidelines for Individualizing the Frequency or Method of Self-Monitoring During the Core Curriculum

 

5.6.

Self-Monitoring Fat and/or Calorie Intake During Maintenance

 

Section 6:

Overview of Strategies to Achieve the Physical Activity Goal

PDF: 247KB/7 pages

6.1.

Achieving the Physical Activity Goal

 

6.2.

Self-monitoring of Physical Activity

 

6.3.

Definition and Examples of Moderate Physical Activities

 

6.4.

Supervised Activity Sessions

 

6.4.1

General Guidelines

 

6.4.2

Models of Supervised Activity Sessions

 

Section 7:

Guidelines for Implementing the DPP Lifestyle Intervention

PDF: 267KB/10 pages

7.1.

Key Principles

 

7.2.

Core Curriculum

 

7.2.1.

Type and Frequency of Contact During the Core Curriculum

 

7.2.2.

Role of the DPP Staff

 

7.2.3.

Location of Core Curriculum Sessions

 

7.2.4.

Maintaining the Basic Content and Sequence of Core Curriculum Sessions

 

7.2.5.

Guidelines for Tailoring the Presentation of the Core Curriculum Sessions

 

7.2.6.

Guidelines for Using the Participant Work Sheets

 

7.2.7.

Use of Supplemental Materials and Tools of Presentation During the Core Curriculum

 

7.2.8.

General Guidelines for Conducting a Core Curriculum Session

 

7.3

Maintenance

 

Appendix A:

Scripts for Core Curriculum Sessions

PDF: 2.5MB/130 pages

Session 1A:

Welcome to the Lifestyle Balance Program

 

Session 1B:

Getting Started Being Active

 

Session 1B:

Getting Started Losing Weight

 

Session 2 or 5:

Move Those Muscles

 

Session 3 or 6:

Being Active: A Way of Life

 

Session 4 or 2:

Be a Fat Detective

 

Session 5 or 3:

Three Ways to Eat Less Fat

 

Session 6 or 4:

Healthy Eating

 

Session 7 or 8:

Take Charge of What's Around You

 

Session 8 or 7:

Tip the Calorie Balance

 

Session 9:

Problem Solving

 

Session 10:

Four Keys to Healthy Eating Out

 

Session 11:

Talk Back to Negative Thoughts

 

Session 12:

The Slippery Slope of Lifestyle Change

 

Session 13:

Jump Start Your Activity Plan

 

Session 14:

Make Social Cues Work for You

 

Session 15:

You Can Manage Stress

 

Session 16:

Ways to Stay Motivated

 

Appendix B:

The Lifestyle Balance Q & A Guide

PDF: 366KB/ 24 pages

 

 

 

Appendix D:

Professional Resources

PDF: 1.2MB/41 pages

D.1.

Recommended Readings for Lifestyle Coaches

 

D.2.

Lower-Fat Cookbooks

 

D.3.

Session Prompts and Notes (Session 1-16)

 

D.4.

Lifestyle Balance Update Form (Core)

 

D.5.

Checklist for Lifestyle Balance Sessions

 

 

 

 

D.7.

How Am I Doing? Graph for Weight

 

D.8.

How Am I Doing? Graphs for Activity (regular and advanced)

 

D.9.

Tool Box Quick Reference

 

D.10.

Attendance at Supervised Activity Sessions and Group Sessions

 

Appendix E:

Optional Participant Materials

PDF: 3.83MB/80 pages

E.1.

Behavioral Topics

 

 

Self-Monitoring

 

SM1

How to Count the Grams of Fat in Recipes

 

SM2

Quick Track

 

SM3

Count 100 Cards

 

SM4

Personal Fat Counter

 

SM5

Lifestyle Balance Eating Plans

 

SM6

DPP Lifestyle Balance Calendar

 

SM7

Why Weigh Myself?

 

SM8

Blueprints for Weight Loss

 

 

Motivation

 

MT1

What's Your Pleasure?

 

E.2.

Nutrition Topics

 

 

Cooking

 

CK1

Build a Better Recipe

 

CK2

How to Lower the Fat in Recipes

 

CK3

Add Flavor Without Fat

 

 

Fat Intake

 

FT1

The Big Picture on Fat

 

 

Shopping

 

SH1

Quick Guide to Low-Fat Shopping
[Not available, to be posted soon]

 

E.3.

Physical Activity

 

 

Barriers to Physical Activity

 

BP1

Beat the Heat

 

BP2

Keep Warm in the Cold

 

 

 

 

 

Benefits of Physical Activity

 

BN2

Menopause and Your Weight

 

 

Walking

 

WK1

How to Start Brisk Walking

 

E.4.

Ethnic Versions

 

EV1

Pacific-Islanders

 

EV2

Mexican-Americans

 

EV3

American Indians

 

EV4

Southern-Soul

 

EV5

Asian Indians

 

 

Indian Food Guide Pyramid

 

Appendix F

DPP Lifestyle Intervention Forms

PDF: 284KB/26 pages

F.1.

General Instructions

 

F.2.

Code Book

 

 

New Codes Needed Form

 

Appendix G:

Tool Box (Recommended Strategies to Promote Adherence to the Lifestyle Intervention)

PDF: 3.26MB/123 pages

G.1.

Introduction

 

G.2.

Guidelines for Using the Tool Box

 

G.3.

Formal Process for Monitoring and Supporting DPP Lifestyle Adherence

 

Section 1

Reinforcers

 

 

DPP Dollars

 

 

Example of a DPP Dollars Contract

 

 

Lotteries

 

 

Map of Miles

 

 

And Miles to Go Before I Sleep

 

 

Spell DPP

 

 

How Is the DPP Doing?

 

 

Exercise Scavenger Hunt from Pennington [Some materials not available]

 

 

Don't Let Our Success Slip Away

 

 

The DPP National Lottery Was a Success

 

 

The Gift That Gives [Articles not available]

 

 

The 10,000 Steps Campaign

 

 

Holiday Support 2000

 

 

DPP Lifestyle Survival Skills

 

 

DPP Lifestyle World Series

 

Section 2

Problem Solving Tools

 

 

Problem Solving Tools for Attendance

 

 

Problem Solving Tools for Self-monitoring Food Intake and Weight

 

 

Problem Solving Tools for Weight Loss/Maintenance

 

 

Ultra Slim Fast [Manufacturer's materials not available]

 

 

Problem Solving Tools for Self-Monitoring Physical Activity

 

 

Problem Solving Tools for Physical Activity

 

 

Pedometers

 

Section 3

Ideas to Enrich the Lifestyle Intervention

 

 


 

 

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