Encourage others to start talking and gain control of their bladder health!  We've made it simple for you to share National Bladder Health Week news, resources, tips and tools with your friends, family and healthcare providers.  We have a variety of  simple activities you can choose from to promote awareness of bladder health.  They are cut and paste one of the sample newsletter or emails below.

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NAFC offers Physical Therapists the chance to host a free class during National Bladder Health Month in November. Sign Up Today!


Last year, NAFC hosted it's first ever "Be Strong" event during National Bladder Health Awareness month in November.  We invited an advisory board of Physical Therapists to develop a course curriculum for patients to teach them all about their pelvic floor, why it is so important, and how to maintain good pelvic floor health.  We then asked Physical Therapists across the country to offer at least one free course to their patients and local community during the month of November.  Because of the success of last year, we are again offering a free course curriculum to participating Physical Therapists to use this November within their local communities.  This year's course, titled "Stay Strong" will focus on the pelvic floor and menopause. 

We are inviting all Physical Therapists with an interest in this topic to sign up to host a free class in their communities this November.  Both this year's class, and last year's more general pelvic floor strengthening class, "BE STRONG", may be presented during this promotion.

NAFC values the work that Physical Therapists do, and is pleased to provide you with these tools to help you grow your practice. Many who participated last year reported that they were able to gain new patients from hosting the class, in addition to educating their community.

NAFC will provide you will all the materials needed - the course curriculum, class instruction booklets, sign in sheets, patient handout materials, and promotional materials.  All you need to do is sign up, choose a date, time and location, and then host your class!  We'll also help you publicize your class by listing it as an event on our website and promoting it on our Facebook and Twitter pages.  Help us educate more patients on the importance of the pelvic floor, and how to ensure good pelvic floor health!

Step 1: Sign Up To Host A Class

Sign up to host a class with the form below. You pick the time, date, and location to fit your needs and NAFC will add your class to our website.  Be sure to also send us a short introduction of the INSTRUCTOR who will be conducting the class, as well as any instructions your participants should know about (ie., registration required, etc.)

Step 2: Download And Review the Instruction Guide and Presentation Materials

1.   Download and read the Class Instruction Guide and Checklist to get tips on promoting and conducting your class, and a checklist of what to do before, during and after the class.

2.  Download the Class Presentation and familiarize yourself with it prior to the class.  If you already have a pelvic floor strengthening class in place, that’s great!  Just be sure to read our Class Guidelines to ensure that you are sharing the extra information from NAFC and also providing participants with resources from NAFC and the chance to sign up for our newsletter. (If you prefer to present last year's "BE STRONG" course, please access that information here.)

Step 3: Promote Your Class

We’ve created several branded promotional items for you, including a Customizable Poster, Class Handouts, Branded Email Templates, and Sample Social Media Posts to help you promote your class to in your area.  

Invite patients and members of your local community to your class and help them learn more about their pelvic floor and menopause.  

Step 4: Host Your Class


Want to meet the women who helped us put together this wonderful program?  Click here to view our Advisory Board Panel.