Living Healthy with CDSME Marketing and Media Tools
Would you like easy-to-use formats to promote your upcoming Living Healthy with Chronic Disease Self Management workshops? View templates for:
- Living Healthy with CDSMP Brochure
- Living Healthy with CDSMP Rack Card
- Living Healthy with CDSMP Flyer
- Living Healthy with Chronic Pain Self Management Program Brochure and Flyer.
For additional information about chronic pain, please see the following items:
Implementing Evidence-Based Programs to Address Chronic Pain (this issue brief shares valuable information about the extent of chronic pain in older adults and effective programs that can address it).
A Word About Opioid Use (this appendix reviews the definition of opioids, long-term and side-effects, and safety measures that can be taken).
Walk with Ease Paperwork
OsteoArthritis Action Alliance (OAAA) Walk With Ease Data Collection Packet
Updated paperwork for Living Healthy with CDSME workshops
The following forms are required for all CDSME workshops (Program Information Cover Sheet, Attendance Log, and Participant Information Survey):
Living Healthy Marketing and Media Tools
Would you like to market your Living Healthy with Chronic Disease Self Management workshops in the media? View templates for a newspaper article, ad, and PSA (public service announcement) for Living Healthy with Chronic Disease Self Management media options, a sample newspaper article and PSA for Living Healthy with Diabetes Self Managment Program media options, and a sample newspaper article and PSA for Living Healthy with Chronic Pain Self Management Program media options.
North Carolina Division of Aging and Adult Services holds tools and templates that may be of help to you as you work to implement Living Healthy with Chronic Disease Self Management Programs. Some of the tools and templates were developed here in North Carolina—at the state, regional, county or local levels—while others were created in other states and shared among the national network of people and places implementing evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention programs for older adults.
Contact Jeanne Dairaghi for more information.
A Matter of Balance Tools & Resources
Reports generated from this data are valuable for everyone — participants, community sites, funders and policymakers. These reports are helping the evidence-based movement not only locally in your own communities, but nationally. Additional resources for A Matter of Balance (AMOB) can be found by visiting the Maine Health AMOB page.
A Matter of Balance Program Data Collection Forms:
Tai Chi for Arthritis
Tai Chi for Arthritis Data Collection Forms: