Monday, October 26, 2015

Materials and Webinars: Stay Healthy Young America Week!

Stay Healthy Young America! Digital Week of Action

The Youth and Young Adult Enrollment Coalition will host and roll out several social media activities that will discuss staying healthy, address health disparities among various populations, and raise awareness on the upcoming Open Enrollment period that begins November 1st.  In addition to hosting a Twitter chat and Google hangout, member organizations will share infographics, fact sheets, blogs, and other social media content.

Take action today! Join us and help us reach Youth and Millennials with healthcare messaging and information on resources that are available to help them make the best decisions when it comes to their and their family’s health and healthcare.  
  

October 26th-30th:  Show Us Your #HealthySelf!
Throughout the week Cabinet officials will post photos during the day to remind young people about Open Enrollment and the preventive service that are available to them at no extra cost thanks to the Affordable Care Act, such as flu vaccinations.  We ask that you post photos online to support this activity.

You can post photos while you are the gym, on your morning run, while you are eating a healthy lunch, getting your flu shot, or with your office mates. 

Remember to use the #HealthySelf and/or #HealthySelfie  hashtag and make sure to include others.

Recommended Hashtags: #HealthySelf, #HealthySelfie, #GetCovered, #ACA


October 26th: Millennial Monday: #HealthySelfie & Preventive Care Twitter Chat
We are looking to discuss preventive services provided under the Affordable Care Act.  With external partners, Advocates for Youth, and others, we are working to prepare young Americans for Open Enrollment.

Promotional Tweets
o   Join us on 10/26 at 3pm ET for #healthyselfie #MillennialMon chat to learn abt preventive care under the #ACA! [attach promotional graphic here]

o   Share your #healthyselfie & chat preventive care this Mon 10/26 for a special #MillennialMon ft. @WhiteHouse’s @PAniskoff44, @HHSgov & more!

o   Join us & @YoungInvincible TODAY @ 3pm ET for #MillennialMon to talk about #ACA, preventive care, & share your #healthyselfie! [attach promotional graphic here]


October 26th : ACA Enrollment Resources Webinar

Spanish Only Webinar on Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment and outreach resources available to the Latino community. Brought to you by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

When:         Monday, October 26 at 4:00pm ET (1:00pm PT)
Audio:         1-877-267-1577      Meeting ID: 995 428 526

Un seminario en español en línea sobre los recursos en el Mercado de Seguros Médicos disponibles para la comunidad Latina. Organizado por los Centros de Servicios de Medicare y Medicaid. 

Fecha:     Lunes 26 de octubre 2015
Hora:        1:00pm Pacífico/ 4:00pm Este
Audio:      1-877-267-1577     Meeting ID: 995 428 526


October 28thThe Affordable Health Care Act 101 for Youth Community Leaders
Join us for a national webinar hosted by The Partnership Center at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and presented by Erin Hemlin, Young Invincibles for organizations that support teens and youth leaders.   
To participate please register by clicking the links below:

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(2:30 pm CT1:30 pm MT12:30 pm PT)
Children and teenagers in your network or community may qualify for free or low-cost health insurance coverage through Medicaid and theChildren’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Many parents may be eligible for Medicaid as well. Learn about the nationwide effort to identify children and youth eligible for Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and get them enrolled.

To participate please register at the link below:


October 30th:   ACA Enrollment Resources for Youth/Young Adults and Youth-serving organizations Webinar (Spanish-Only) at3pm EDT
(2:00 pm CT1:00 pm MT12:00 pm PT)

Join us! Spanish Only Webinar on Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment and outreach resources available to youth/young adults and leaders in the Latino community.  Brought to you by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, The HHS Partnership Center and the Office Intergovernmental and External Affairs. 



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