The tools you find below are good resources that have been moved to an archive list because of publication date. Please check all information related to health guidelines for accuracy before using any materials.
A Music Memory program for patients with Dementia founded by Dan Cohen, MSW.
- Visit Music and Memory website
This article includes many ideas for teaching congregants about flu prevention.
An evidence-based health and wellness program developed for African American churches (National Cancer Institute, American Cancer Society and Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
Cancer Awareness resource sheet
The link above lists several topics of interest for children including: Laser Toys: Not Always Child’s Play, Anesthesia: Is it Safe for Young Brains?, and Babies and Reflux: When Spitting Up is Normal
A PowerPoint presentation comparing the role of HM to FCN.
Diabetes Awareness Tools (ADM=American Diabetes Month) 2014
- Create Your Plate 2
- ADM Poster 8.5×11
- ADA Foot Care Poster Spanish & English (Page 1 is Spanish version, Page 2 is English version)
- ADM Poster 8.5×11 Spanish
- ADM 2014 Poster with DJ Spinderella
- Community Partners Guide ADM 2014
The FDA Office of Women’s Health (FDA OWH) invites you to collaborate with them to distribute free, easy-to-read publications for women with diabetes.
FDA OWH has three booklets on Diabetes Medicines, Insulin, and Glucose Meters. These booklets list FDA-approved medicines and devices used in diabetes self-management. They also provide vital information such as potential side effects, general safety warnings, and questions to ask the health care provider.
All of these materials are FREE and can be ordered in bulk.
Domestic violence resource sheet
Emergency and Disaster Preparedness
Health Insurance Marketplace
Getting Ready for the Health Insurance Marketplace: from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Valuable toolkits for those working with individuals that have mental and substance use disorders.
Getting Ready – General toolkit
Learning Collaborative (Health Systems Learning Group): Outlines promising best practice models in implementing new healthcare law in communities.
International Day of Peace
See Jane See – Women’s Healthy Eyes Now
Women are at significantly greater risk of blindness or visual impairment than men. In fact, according to the 2012 “Vision Problems in the US” study, 66 percent of those experiencing blindness are women, 61 percent of those suffering with cataracts are women and 65 percent of those with age-related macular degeneration are women.
“See Jane See “ Women’s Healthy Eyes Now” is a web-based educational campaign dedicated solely to women’s vision health from Prevent Blindness America. See Jane See and the dedicated website, SeeJaneSee.org, offers free information and downloadable tip sheets created specifically for women on a variety of issues across the age spectrum.