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Census Social Media Toolkit

We’ve put together a collection of social media posts and graphics to help you encourage families to participate in the census. Use these posts on your own social channels to connect with families and prevent children from being undercounted. Make sure to tag @NICHQ so we can like and share your post.

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National Minority Health Month Social Media Resources

In recognition of National Minority Health Month, we’re sharing a social media toolkit and infographic to raise awareness about racial and ethnic disparities and the need to achieve health equity. Download these resources to use on your own social channels and make sure to tag @NICHQ so we can like and share your post.

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Rare Disease Day Social Media Toolkit

Use this social media toolkit with infographics, images and sample posts sharing key statistics and facts that illustrate the impact rare diseases have on over 25 million Americans. Share the toolkit with your colleagues and use it yourself on Rare Disease Day on Feb. 29, 2020.

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Safe Sleep Promising Practices and Literature Review

These two resources can support state and community efforts to eliminate sleep-related infant deaths: a comprehensive literature review and specific examples of promising resources, programs and interventions states can spread and scale to reduce sleep-related infant deaths.

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Interactive E-Handout for Safe Sleep Conversations

This interactive E-handout helps families learn about safe sleep practices. Health professionals can sit with families and click through the pages where they’ll find different sleep scenes and environments. A series of prompts and pop-ups show what is and is not safe and inspire learning conversations. Families can also access the handout at home and use it to teach their friends and families about safe sleep.

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Opportunities for Medicaid to Transform Pediatric Care for Young Children to Promote Health, Development, and Health Equity

Covering one half of young children birth to five, Medicaid (and Medicaid-CHIP programs) plays a critical role in improving young children’s health and developmental outcomes and assisting the families who support their healthy development. This document provides a common framework and specific opportunities for states and their partners working to improve Medicaid for young children.

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How Safe Sleep Savvy Are You?

Physicians, nurses, home visitors and other public health professionals can use this video quiz as an interactive, visual tool to prompt discussions around best-practices for infant sleep.

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