NCBA-Aging

National Caucus and Center on Black Aging, Inc.

Take the Valve Disease Day Pledge this Heart Month

A Valve Disease Day Update
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Show your Support for Valve Disease Day
by Taking the Pledge

Show your friends, family, and followers that you support Valve Disease Day by taking the pledge! Sign the pledge form and then let folks on social media know that you’ve taken action. This is great way for the patients, champions, clinicians, and other advocates in your networks to show their support and drum up excitement for the big day on February 22nd.

It’s easy to use the handy graphics, prepared social media posts, and fun Instagram and Facebook filters which you can find here. Be sure to use #ValveDiseaesDay in your posts and encourage others to do the same!

Use the Hashtag and Other
Valve Disease Day Assets

As you put together your content and outreach for Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day, please remember to use #ValveDiseaseDay in all of your social media posts. This will make sure your posts are being shared with others in the valve disease community and get more eyes on your outreach.

Please Welcome our Newest Partners

Grandview Medical Center is a 434-bed tertiary care hospital that provides healthcare services to patients in Birmingham, Alabama and surrounding communities. At Grandview Medical Center, they believe in the power of people to create great care. Their dedicated patient care team consists of staff, volunteers and physicians representing all major
specialties. They work hard every day to be a place of healing, caring and connection for patients and families in the community they call home.

hearts4heart is an organization working to support, educate, and advocate for Australians and New Zealanders with heart disease. hearts4heart was founded in 2011 in recognition of 3.4 million Australians living with heart disease—providing educational resources, prevention strategies, and support for the wide range of heart diseases that exist.

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