Wisdom Keeper

Find an Urban Indian Organization 

Toolkit

Videos: Keeping Wisdom Keepers Healthy | Recognizing the Signs of Alzheimer’s in Wisdom Keepers | Wisdom Keepers Living Healthfully with Alzheimer’s 

Flyer and Posters: Flyer | Horizontal Poster | Vertical Poster

GraphicsEarly Detection Matters | Help the Wisdom Keepers Keep Their Wisdom | Reduce Your Risk 

ResourcesCDC’S Public Health Information Related to Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias | Smoking Cessation  | Other Resources

Purpose

A National Council of Urban Indian Health developed a social media campaign to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia; and to encourage urban American Indians and Alaska Natives to visit their local Urban Indian Organization for health screening and wellness check-ups. This campaign was developed in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Social Media Tookit

In this toolkit, you will find text for your posts and links. You can copy and paste the text itself right to your social media page. There are three videos, three GIFs, five graphics for Facebook and Instagram, two posters, and one flyer.

Remember to tag NCUIH in your posts and use #WisdomKeepers!

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Videos

Keeping Wisdom Keepers Healthy


Recognizing the Signs of Alzheimer’s in Wisdom Keepers


Wisdom Keepers Living Healthfully with Alzheimer’s

 

Flyer

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Posters

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Graphics for Facebook and Instagram

Early Detection Matters

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Help the Wisdom Keepers Keep Their Wisdom

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Reduce Your Risk

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CDC’S Public Health Information Related to Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias

Smoking Cessation

Other Resources

Disclaimer

This publication was supported by grant number NU38OT000298-02-01 funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC or the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The mark “CDC” is owned by HHS and is used with permission. Use of this logo is not an endorsement by HHS or CDC of any particular product, service, or enterprise.