Take action online
There are a number of ways that you can help to take action and improve the health and well-being of children and youth using Are We Doing Enough? One way is to help raise awareness of the issues among your colleagues, friends and family. By doing this, you lend your voice to these important issues and help raise awareness on how governments can improve the health and safety of children and youth.
It’s easy to use your social media networks to help spread the word about the report. We encourage you to “like” us on Facebook or “follow” us on Twitter or LinkedIn. Once you have, you are welcome to share or retweet our status updates.
Below are some sample updates that you can use on your social media accounts to help raise awareness about Are We Doing Enough? and the issues in it. If you share our resources on Twitter, we ask that you use the the hashtag #Cdnkidshealth.
- The Canadian Paediatric Society has released the 5th edition of Are We Doing Enough? Read more: www.cps.ca/en/status-report
- How well are Canadian governments using their legislative powers to promote the health and safety of children & youth? Find out: www.cps.ca/en/status-report
- How can Canadian governments improve public policy to improve the health and safety of children and youth? Find out: www.cps.ca/en/status-report
- The Canadian Paediatric Society continues to assess key indicators of child and youth health at the provincial/territorial and federal government levels in this report: www.cps.ca/en/status-report
- Has your province made any improvements in how it protects the health and safety of children and youth? Find out: www.cps.ca/en/status-report
- These updates may be shortened for Twitter by using “CPS” instead of Canadian Paediatric Society, “gov” instead of government, “&” instead of and.
- You can shorten long URLs by using a URL shortening service like Bitly.com