This page includes photos and information from bulletin board displays on a range of topics from glaucoma and breastfeeding awareness to Black history!
July 2021: Breastfeeding Awareness
This board provides postpartum resources, such as breast pump rentals and support resources. In addition, it includes healthy eating tips for breastfeeding mothers.
June 2021: National Safety Month
On this board, you’ll find tips for staying safe in the summer, especially for kids. In addition, you’ll find a section dedicated to protecting against COVID-19.
May 2021: Mental Health Awareness Month
This bulletin board defines mental health and emphasizes that those suffering from mental illness are not alone. It also lists some signs and symptoms of mental illness and ways to improve your mental health. In addition, it lists local resources available to those who need help.
April 2021: National Child Abuse Prevention Month
This board for National Child Abuse Prevention Month emphasizes protective factors. It also includes resources to help families and communities implement them, such as this calendar, as well as handle disclosures of abuse. The most important thing we can do is support families all year long by promoting and building on their strengths. This enables families to care for their children safely before maltreatment is even a possibility.
March 2021: National Nutrition Month Bulletin Board
This bulletin board covers each of the following five food groups: fruits, vegetables, grains, protein, and dairy. Specifically, it discusses nutrition benefits, suggested daily intake, and tips. It also includes a guide for using food nutrition labels to make healthy choices.
February 2021: Black History Month Bulletin Board
During February, we celebrate Black History Month and the many accomplishments of the Black community. In particular, the people featured here are leaders who broke through societal norms and paved the way for others.
January 2021: Glaucoma Awareness Month Bulletin Board
The January 2021 Community Bulletin Board at the SWAG Family Resource Center is dedicated to Glaucoma Awareness month. As a result, you can read below for information about prevention, symptoms, treatment, and local resources.