Below are some sample social media posts that you can use to share information about the Family Centered Telehealth Curriculum created by Family Voices.
The text of each post can simply be copied and pasted.
To use the images, just right click each one and choose “Save As” to download the picture, then upload to your desired social media platform with the text (If you decide to customize the text, remember that twitter has a 280 character limit).
These posts can tailored or modified for your needs, but we ask that you don’t change the hashtag: #FamilyCenteredTelehealth, as that is what we will use to track how the curriculum is being used and shared.
What is the Fab 4? No, it is not a throwback soundtrack for the 1980’s! The Fab 4 are 4 essentials for a #FamilyCenteredTelehealth appointment: 1) Connection 2) Device 3) Platform 4) Your First Telemedicine Appointment! Get more details at: www.familyvoices.org/telehealth
Are You Connected? Having access to a cellular or wifi signal is often needed to have a video visit or #FamilyCenteredTelehealth appointment with your provider. Learn more about getting and improving your connection in our webinar here. www.familyvoices.org/telehealth/curriculum/webinar1
Do You Have a Device? Computers, Laptops, Tablets and Smartphones are all devices that can be used for a #telemedicine or #FamilyCenteredTelehealth appointment. Learn if your device is “teleready” in this webinar! www.familyvoices.org/telehealth/curriculum/webinar2
Can You ‘See” Your Provider? You may need to navigate into a virtual exam room to see your doctor. Learn what the 4 KEYS are that will help you unlock the doors so you and your provider can have a successful #FamilyCenteredTelehealth appointment in this webinar: www.familyvoices.org/telehealth/curriculum/webinar3
Are you ready for your family’s 1st Telemedicine Appointment? Watch this webinar to learn some of the tips and tidbits that will make it a successful one! You won’t want to miss the bloopers! www.familyvoices.org/telehealth/curriculum/webinar4
We all have barriers in our lives that may keep us from doing something, including having a #telemedicine appointment. The good news is, there are ways to bust that barrier and be on your way to a successful #FamilyCenteredTelehealth appointment. Check some of them out here: www.familyvoices.org/telehealth/barrierbusters
Are you struggling to connect to cellular or the internet? We have some tips that can help bust the barrier of “NO CONNECTION”. Check this barrier buster out here: https://familyvoices.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/BB-No-Internet.pdf
Is not having a device (phone, tablet, computer) keeping you from being able to have your or your child’s #telemedicine appointment? Have no fear, this barrier buster is here with some next steps! https://familyvoices.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/BB-No-Device.pdf
Are you having trouble logging on for your #telemedicine appointment? Check out this barrier buster with some tips of how to bust this barrier and have a successful #FamilyCenteredTelehealth appointment with your provider: https://familyvoices.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/BB-Login.pdf
Are you concerned your child will not participate in a #telemedicine appointment? We have put together this barrier buster with some ideas that may work for your family to still have a successful #FamilyCenteredTelehealth visit. https://familyvoices.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/BB-Child-Participate.pdf
Rights & Responsibilities
You have the right to access a telehealth visit in your primary language with effective and adequate interpretation services. Learn more about your rights and responsibilities when participating in a #FamilyCenteredTelehealth visit! English: https://bit.ly/3a9V4m9 Spanish: https://bit.ly/2M8Ctiy
You have the right to discuss and collaborate in making plans of care during a telehealth visit, as you would an in person visit? Learn more about all of your rights and responsibilities when participating in a #FamilyCenteredTelehealth visit! English: https://bit.ly/3a9V4m9 Spanish: https://bit.ly/2M8Ctiy
The Core Concepts of #FamilyCenteredTelehealth are: Dignity & Respect, Information Sharing, Participation, and Collaboration. You can learn more about each of these in the Family Voices Rights & Responsibilities document to achieve a Family centered telehealth appointment! English: https://bit.ly/3a9V4m9 Spanish: https://bit.ly/2M8Ctiy
You have the right to receive considerate, respectful, and compassionate care through telehealth regardless of your age, gender, race, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or disabilities. Learn more about all of your rights! #FamilyCenteredTelehealth English: https://bit.ly/3a9V4m9 Spanish: https://bit.ly/2M8Ctiy
Family Centered Telehealth
#FamilyCenteredTelehealth is a way of providing services through a variety of digital platforms that assures the health and well-being of children and youth with special healthcare needs (CYSHCN) and their families through respectful family/professional partnerships.
#FamilyCenteredTelehealth can help CYSHCN and families access health care, improve experience with healthcare, reduce stress, improve communication between all team members and across systems, and improve quality of life and well-being. Learn more about Family Centered Telehealth. English: https://bit.ly/36hD6NL Spanish: https://bit.ly/3t3HPfJ
As part of the CARES Act Telehealth project, Family Voices provided 56 mini grants to support our network to provide access and training on #FamilyCenteredTelehealth. Visit the Family Voices Telehealth website to learn about what is happening in other states! www.familyvoices.org/telehealth/minigrants
Family Voices offered a Telehealth Academy in the Fall of 2020. The Academy was a series of Zoom sessions designed to build the capacity of F2Fs to deliver telehealth education and support to families. View all the webinars on our website! www.familyvoices.org/telehealth/telehealthacademy
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