Help us spread the word about the importance of communication health this May! Whether you’re a communication health professional, a person with a communication disorder or a parent or caregiver, there are many ways you can get involved.
We'd love to hear about what you're doing to celebrate Speech and Hearing Month this year, so please send us an email (with photos, if possible) to tell us how you're marking #maymonth.
Start a Conversation
- Talk to your loved ones about communication health. Download and print off our communication health resources and share them with your colleagues, clients, patients, friends and family.
- Talk to your co-workers about hosting an event to recognize Speech and Hearing Month.
- If you are a teacher, school administrator or health-care professional working in a school setting, then talk to your students about noise-induced hearing loss and share information about classroom acoustics and the dangers of noisy toys with your colleagues.
- Talk to the seniors in your life about the warning signs of a communication disorder and the value of hearing aids.
Join Us On Social Media
- Follow SAC on Twitter and Facebook. Tweet, post, blog and share information about communication health and Speech and Hearing Month. Use the #maymonth hashtag to join the conversation.
- Change your Facebook cover photo and add our Twibbon to your Twitter profile to show your support for Speech and Hearing Month.
- We will be launching an exciting and interactive social media campaign with the Pan-Canadian Alliance to raise awareness about communication health challenges. Watch for more information on the campaign in your inbox and on social media when the campaign is officially launched on May 1.
You can also add our e-signature graphic to your personal or work email account!
Use Our Free Resources
- Hang up our communication health posters and popular advertisements in your office, clinic, classroom or hallway.
- Print out our information sheets, brochures and postcards and leave them at your workplace for patients, clients, students, parents and caregivers to take home.
- Download our activity sheets for your kids, nieces, nephews, students or younger patients and clients.