On Tuesday, Nov. 9, the Florida Literacy Coalition‘s health literacy coordinator, Naomi Soto, will be at the Leon County Health Dept. in Tallahassee, facilitating a training for health literacy educators and health professionals about the power of partnerships in health literacy education.
The workshop will emphasize the importance of localized partnerships between libraries, community-based organizations and healthcare professionals. The training will include an overview of the freely available Staying Healthy curriculum and its additions Women’s Health and Coping with Stress. The workshop will also highlight hands-on classroom activities and leave time for discussion and idea sharing. All participants will also receive a free copy of the Staying Healthy curriculum.
Two trainings will be offered (both trainings will cover the same information):
- 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 9
- 3-6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 9
**Three CEUs will be offered for all nurses who attend!
The Florida Department of Health Women’s Health Program will be giving away health materials for community-based organizations to use in their health literacy outreach efforts. The materials offered will cover the following topics: Heart Disease, Breast Cancer, Teen Health and Development, Parenting Skills, HIV/AIDS, Mental Health and more. All items will be given away on a first-come, first-serve basis.
There is no cost to attend this training opportunity, but registration is required. So tell all of your friends about it!
Training Venue: Leon County Health Dept., 872 W. Orange Ave., Tallahassee, FL 32304.
This is a collaborative learning event brought to you by the Florida Literacy Coalition and the Florida Department of Health Women’s Health Program with space allowance from Leon County Health Department – Office if Minority Health. This workshop was made possible through the generous support of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida.