Life’s More Fun Without Leaks – Healthcare Providers
LIFE’S MORE FUN WITHOUT LEAKS – HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
Did you know that patients who experience leaks take an average of seven years before they reach out for professional help? That’s seven years of their lives diminished by the embarrassment, fear and physical effects of conditions that respond remarkably well to current therapies.
That’s why this November, the NAFC is marking Bladder Health Awareness Month by conducting our Life’s More Fun Without Leaks campaign, to help patients recognize that effective treatments are available to help them get control of their lives – if only they have the courage to reach out and ask for it.
We’re providing our healthcare partners a free set of social media resources that are designed to help you reach a wide population of patients with the hopeful message that they can overcome their symptoms and once again do the things that mean the most to them.
Click the links below for ready-to-use images that you can place on your website and in social media, and make sure to read the best practices guide, too – it contains helpful information for you to maximize your outreach, and it includes additional information on related communications that you can use to get your message across compellingly. Scroll a little further down and you’ll find a set of videos that you can use to add additional interest to your pages, too.
Together, we can help more people than ever recognize that help is available, incontinence can be treated and there’s no shame in being human.
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE OUTREACH RESOURCES HERE
These free downloadable packets contain social media posts, polls and questions to help you promote November as Bladder Health Awareness month, prompt patients to seek professional help and improve your practice. All kits include a best practices guide, and you can choose images formatted specifically for Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
DOWNLOAD FREE VIDEOS HERE
The videos below are available free for your use – they’re short, upbeat profiles of favorite activities, all formatted for websites and social media. Click on the blue links to download, and feel free to use them on your own site or your social platforms to add a dynamic call to action for your patients.