Each day of Bladder Health Week there will be a new suggested activity that will help improve your bladder health. Click on the Bladder Health Week days in the map below to see activities to participate in.
Commit to take action by participating in the 2012 “Bladder Health Awareness” campaign. Sign the confidential campaign pledge to show your commitment. By signing the pledge you’re committing to one or more of the following concrete actions:
Get Connected – Help us spread the word to individuals like yourself through social channels and networks.
Get Tips – Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to receive the daily bladder health tip.
Get Talking – Tell us why you think bladder health awareness and education is important. Voice your opinion through a testimonial (provide only your first name or no name, testimonials will remain anonymous).
Get Local – Bladder health awareness starts in your community. Join our “Bladder Talk” poster-thon to get the word out to individuals in your local area. Hang the poster in a physician’s office, clinic, YMCA or community center (hint: the restroom provides a great place for reading with plenty of wall space).
Get Involved – We need your help to educate others on the impact bladder control has on a person’s quality of life. Please take this time to utilize our Get Going Toolkit.
Get Checked – Pledge to talk to your doctor about your bladder health and help others do so as well by recommending a leading physician, nurse, or physical therapist.
Get Accessorized – Purchase a specially designed bracelet in honor of the campaign. Proceeds go directly to help reach more individuals who are in need of information and guidance provided by NAFC.