Manage Your Weight

Nourish You – weight management for adults

Want to slim down and have more energy throughout the day? Reid’s Nourish You program is the place for you. Our nutrition and exercise experts will help you make lifestyle changes that can improve your overall health. Each week, we’ll help you reach your personal goals, plus our group nutrition education classes will give you the support you need to stay on track.

We meet every Wednesday from 5pm – 6pm. This is a 16 week program, but you can join at any time during the 16 weeks.

Amazing Discount – The first 10 people to schedule will receive $100 off this program! Limited time only!

Every week we cover:

  • Nutrition
  • Behavior management
  • Exercise
  • healthy recipes

For more information, to ask questions, or register for a class, please call our diabetes educators at (765) 983-3423, or use select the continue button below.


STOP program – weight management for kids

STOP taking on pounds. START living a healthier lifestyle.

STOP is a weight management program for school-aged children and adolescents. By learning more about eating right, exercising, and choosing healthy lifestyles, children and adolescents can reach their weight management goals.

STOP improves physical and emotional health for the whole family.

STOP is a program developed to guide and support children and their families as they cope with weight management issues. This includes being overweight, gaining more weight than your health professional recommends, choosing unhealthy foods for snacks and meals, and not exercising -all issues that can lead to long-term physical and emotional problems.

This program helps change the future for your children. For 12 weeks, participants ages 7 to 17 attend weekly sessions with at least one parent. In an outpatient group setting, health professionals work with families to understand how to manage weight with nutrition, exercise, and behavior management. With the guidance of our health professionals and the support of a positive environment, your child can become physically and emotionally healthier.

Nutrition – Eating Right, Reaching Goals.

A dietician will work with your family to develop customized nutrition plans. By following the plan, participants consume fewer calories while eating healthy foods. To create this nutrition plan, the dietician will walk you through these nutrition basics:

  • Eating every meal, especially breakfast
  • Making wise food choices
  • Portioning food
  • Increasing fruit and vegetables in the family’s diet
  • Distinguishing physical hunger from psychological hunger
  • Establishing an environment supportive of healthy eating habits

With the customized nutrition plan, families can reach their weight management goals while feeling healthier and more energized.

Exercise – Increasing Fitness, Feeling Good.

The program will also address the importance of exercise with your family and design a program that meets the unique needs of your child or adolescent. We’ll begin with a comprehensive exercise evaluation, and then prescribe a training program that adjusts as your child loses or maintains weight to increase their overall fitness. In addition to at-home exercises and activities, each session will engage participants in moderate-intensity exercise – all of which are fun activities and encourage free play.

Behavior Management – Promoting Health in the Family.

For this part of the program, families will learn how to become aware of their eating and activity behaviors, gain control over these behaviors, and choose eating and exercise habits that promote long-term health. Participants will begin by learning what behaviors trigger unhealthy eating habits, then work with one of our health professionals to set goals and develop strategies for building a healthier lifestyle. This includes:

  • Keeping records of exercise and food selection
  • Setting and keeping limits on eating habits
  • Substituting unhealthy habits with positive behaviors
  • Being healthy role models for the family
  • Rewarding healthy behaviors with social praise and appropriate incentives

By promoting healthy lifestyles as a family, children can achieve their weight management goals while building self-esteem and improving their health.

Program Cost

The program has an initial one-time assessment fee that will be billed to your insurance company or Medicaid. The cost of the program is underwritten by Reid Hospital Foundation.

The STOP Program is a result of the efforts of the Whitewater Valley Childhood Obesity Task Force, a group that includes physicians, school nurses, dietitians, pediatric nurse practitioners, and wellness, fitness, and youth services professionals.

For more information, to ask questions, or register for a class, please call our diabetes educators at (765) 983-3423, or use select the continue button below.