Health Literacy Training Available in South Florida on April 8

Do you teach ESOL? Interested in integrating new topics to your students? Then health literacy may be a good fit your program!

The Florida Literacy Coalition will be hosting “Staying Healthy: Integrating Health Education into Your ESOL Instruction” on April 8 in Miami. This FREE workshop will emphasize and healthcare professionals. This three hour session includes an overview of the freely available Staying Healthycurriculum and its additions Women’s Health and Coping with Stress. The workshop also highlights hands-on activities and includes a time for discussion and idea sharing. All participants will receive a free copy of the Staying Healthy curriculum.  To view the flyer, click here

This workshop will be facilitated by Claire Valier. Claire is the Adult ESOL Coordinator with the School District of Palm Beach County, which has 25,000 ESOL students and 250 instructors. She has over 27 years of working with ESOL programs.

To register for the training, please click here.

For more information, please contact Naomi Soto, Health Literacy Coordinator at (407) 246-7110 ext 209 or soton@floridaliteracy.org.

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