Get Healthy In Pregnancy
At Get Healthy in Pregnancy we understand the individual and changing needs of pregnant women.
What is the program about?
When you are pregnant you hear lots of conflicting information. This, combined with the various discomforts of pregnancy can make it hard to know what choices to make that are healthy and safe for you and your baby. Pregnancy is a great opportunity to focus on your health and wellbeing for now and the future.
Our health coaches focus on lifestyle factors such as healthy eating and maintaining an active lifestyle which is safe for you and your baby. They provide expert advice to help you set goals to maintain a healthy weight gain during your pregnancy. They can also help you after your baby is born.
You will receive 10 coaching sessions with your own expert health coach. This also includes a printed information booklet and a Get Healthy journal to record your goals, progress and achievements.
What are the benefits of healthy eating and being active?
Better sleep, more energy, less lower back pain, reduced stress and anxiety, less nausea and heartburn, an easier labour, a reduction in pregnancy induced complications, better bowel habits and faster post baby recovery.
Type 2 Diabetes Prevention program
This program focuses on empowering participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent type 2 diabetes. It was developed in response to the growing rates of Type 2 Diabetes in South Australia.
Is this program for me?
This program was specifically designed for people at high risk of type 2 diabetes. If you are over 40 years of age, or are Aboriginal, your Get Healthy Service health coach will assess your risk of type 2 diabetes by determining your AUSDRISK score. If you have an AUSDRISK score of 12 or more then you will be enrolled in this tailored program.
Not sure if you are at risk? Find out your AUSDRISK score here .
If you already have type 2 diabetes, you will be enrolled in the standard Get Healthy Information and Coaching Service.
3 additional coaching sessions that focus on your personal risk of developing type 2 diabetes.