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Library Tools Available to Support September Health Observances

Posted in: #CC/Academic List, #Health Interest List, #Health Sciences List, #Public/K-12 List


Libraries can access free tools to support national health observances in September that will bring attention to the importance of healthy aging and health insurance enrollment.

The available resources are used to help libraries celebrate and bring awareness to the observances in their communities.

These free tools include electronic bulletin slides, social media materials, printer-friendly handouts, and more. You can access these resources at nnlm.gov or by clicking on the links below.

 Health Insurance Enrollment Month

Healthy Aging Month

The materials are part of NNLM’s campaign to supply libraries with materials and programming ideas based on the national health observances. The selection of available materials will be updated monthly as new health observances approach. If you would like to be informed on upcoming health observances, go to https://nnlm.gov/all-of-us/national-health-observances#toc-3 or sign up for our CEN newsletter for monthly updates.

 

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