Engaging Communications Departments
If you work in an organization that has a communications department, you need to impart to your colleagues the importance of being involved in the Fall Prevention Month campaign from the perspective of your entire organisation.
This tip sheet provides seven tips to help you engage with your communications department colleagues to fulfill their requirements and your needs of raising awareness of fall prevention during the Fall Prevention Month campaign.
How to Use Hashtags
Hashtags are one of the most important ways to encourage engagement across a number of platforms. This tip sheet discusses how to use hashtags for three different social media platforms.
Making Fall Prevention Month Accessible
Review this tip sheet for elements to consider when creating accessible materials along with resources and guides.
How to Host a Webinar
There are various platforms you can use to host a webinar. In this guide, you will learn step-by-step how to schedule, host and record a webinar using Zoom and Google Meet.This tip sheet will be especially helpful if you are planning to run an activity in a virtual setting this year!
Social Media Best Practices
Social media is an effective way to share information with people to help spread the message about fall prevention and the Fall Prevention Month campaign. This is a quick overview of social media best practices.
How to Use Instagram Stories and Facebook Live
This tip sheet provides steps on how to post an Instagram story and how to create quizzes, polls, and questions along with how to use Facebook Live.
Be Ready, Be Steady
Learn more about the Be Ready, Be Steady theme and how to effectively promote this theme during Fall Prevention Month to your target audience in this tip sheet.
Media Release Tips
Download the PDF below for tips on how to engage the media during Fall Prevention Month. The document includes an example media release and links to previous articles that you can draw from when creating your own media releases.