Health and Wellbeing Services

Our health and wellbeing services

We offer health and wellbeing services that can be tailored to suit the needs of local communities and workplaces. Completely flexible in our approach, we have the capability to create a unique product for each of our clients based on their requirements.

Our services include:

Diabetes prevention

The ICS Health & Wellbeing Diabetes Prevention Programme empowers people with a high risk of developing diabetes to take charge of their health and wellbeing and learn how to prevent diabetes.

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Diabetes REWIND

Our Diabetes REWIND Programme supports you to lead a healthier lifestyle, reduce diabetes medicines and even achieve diabetes remission. The programme gives you advice on healthy eating, lifestyle changes and physical activity to help you achieve your goals.

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NHS Low Calorie Diet

A new, innovative and free service for people with Type 2 diabetes: Low Calorie Diet. A one-year programme to support healthier lifestyle, weight loss, and remission of Type 2 diabetes.

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Integrated health and wellbeing services

We are one of the few UK organisations offering a fully integrated health and wellbeing service that can be tailored to suit the needs of local communities.

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Weight management

Our tier 2 and tier 3 weight management services enable people to make long-term, sustainable lifestyle changes to lose weight and improve their physical and emotional wellbeing.

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Mid-Sussex wellbeing coaches

ICS Health & Wellbeing are working alongside Mid Sussex District Council to offer a free lifestyle support programme for adults registered with a GP in Mid-Sussex.

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Smoking cessation

Our smoking cessation programmes offer behavioural support, supplemented by pharmaceutical aids, they are evidence-based and follow NICE guidelines.

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Workplace health

Good employers know that a healthy and well-motivated workforce will have a positive impact on the productivity and effectiveness of their business. Those who prioritise workplace health are less likely to suffer staff sickness and absence and can also reap the benefits of having a reputation as a ‘great place to work’.

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