Social Media Toolkit SRH Week 2021

Youth-Friendly Care: It’s your right!

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Hashtags

  • #SRH2021
  • #YouthFriendlyCare
  • #YouthRights
  • #SRHR
  • #CndHealth

Tag @actioncanadashr on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!

General Messaging

Facebook and Instagram

For SRH Week 2021, we’re talking about youth-friendly care. Did you know that young people have the right to receive care that’s adapted to their needs? Youth-friendly sexual health care means centering experience of young people and seeing access to sexual and reproductive health as a right. It means having open, non-judgmental, trauma-informed, and sex positive conversations about sex, sexuality, and sexual health.  Youth-friendly care, it’s your right! www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Young people are the experts when it comes to their own health. Youth-friendly care means understanding they are a diverse group with different needs and desires. The care they receive needs to be adapted to their unique experience. Youth-friendly care, it’s your right! Learn more: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Every young person should feel empowered, comfortable, and supported when they visit a healthcare provider. Youth-friendly care: it’s your right! Find out more about your rights as a young person: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Youth-friendly health care is non-judgmental and stigma-free. It should reduce barriers that are unique to young people, like hours of operations or the need for a health card. Every interaction you have with a healthcare provider should leave you feeling confident, supported, AND respected. Learn more about what makes health care youth-friendly: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Every young person deserves to have their sexual health taken seriously. And that means getting an STI test when you ask for one, without being judged. Here’s a list of youth-friendly clinics where you can expect non-judgemental and stigma-free care: https://www.actioncanadashr.org/resources/services Find out more on STI testing: www.testforyou.ca

It can be challenging to find sexual health information that’s specific to the needs of young people. That’s why Action Canada has put together youth-friendly info on STIs, healthy relationships, consent, gender identity, birth control, and pregnancy options. Youth-friendly care, it’s your right: https://www.actioncanadashr.org/resources/sexual-health-info/hub/young-people-all-things-sexuality

Youth-friendly care, it’s your right! That means access to sexual health information that’s specific to your needs as a young person. Visit Action Canada’s Hub for all things sexual health: https://www.actioncanadashr.org/resources/sexual-health-info/hub/young-people-all-things-sexuality

Twitter

For #SRHWeek2021, we’re talking about #YouthFriendlyCare. #DYK that young people have the right to receive care that’s adapted to their needs? #SRH2021 Learn more: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Youth-friendly #SexualHealth care means: centering experience of young people and seeing access to #SRHR as a right. It also means: non-judgmental, trauma-informed, and #SexPositive conversations about sexuality and sexual health.  #SRH2021 www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Young people = the experts when it comes to their own health! #YouthFriendCare means understanding they are a diverse group with different needs and desires. The care they receive needs to be adapted to their unique experience! #SRH2021 Learn more: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Every young person should feel empowered, comfortable, and supported when they visit a healthcare provider. #YouthFriendlyCare, it’s your right! Find out more about your rights as a young person: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek #SRH2021

#YouthFriendlyCare is non-judgmental and stigma-free. It reduces barriers unique to young people, like hours of operations or the need for a health card. Learn more about what makes health care youth-friendly: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek #SRH2021

#YouthFriendlyCare means getting an #STI test when you ask for one without being judged. Here’s a list of youth-friendly clinics where you can expect stigma-free care: https://www.actioncanadashr.org/resources/services Find out more on STI testing: www.testforyou.ca #SRH2021 #GetTestedCA

Are you finding it challenging to find #YouthFriendly #SexualHealth info? @actioncanadashr has put together youth-specific info on STIs, healthy relationships, consent, gender identity, pregnancy options, and more. #YouthFriendlyCare, it’s your right! #SRH2021 https://www.actioncanadashr.org/resources/sexual-health-info/hub/young-people-all-things-sexuality

#YouthFriendlyCare, it’s your right! That means access to #SexualHealth info that’s specific to your needs. Visit @actioncanadashr’s Hub for all things sexual health #SRH2021 https://www.actioncanadashr.org/resources/sexual-health-info/hub/young-people-all-things-sexuality

Sexual Rights and Health Care

Facebook and Instagram

Did you know that sexual rights are an essential part of overall health and safety? And that means for young people too. We need to have our sexual rights respected to feel safe and live in dignity free of discrimination and harm. Learn more: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

To take care of our sexual health, we need to be able to access health care. Seems simple right? But it’s more complicated than that. For example, not every town or neighbourhood has a sexual health clinic or a clinic that offers youth-friendly care. Maybe your parents keep your health card and you’re not sure if you need to ask them permission. But as a young person you have rights, and those include confidentiality and privacy. Learn more: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Twitter

#DYK that #SexualRights are an essential part of overall health and safety for young people? We need to have our sexual rights respected to feel safe and live in dignity free of discrimination and harm. #SRH2021 #YouthFriendlyCare www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

To take care of our #SexualHealth, we need to access healthcare. But it can get complicated. Maybe your parents keep your health card. Maybe you think you need their permission. But young people have rights including confidentiality & privacy. #SRH2021 #YouthFriendlyCare www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

What am I entitled to when I see a Healthcare Provider?

Facebook and Instagram

As a young person, you have a human right to health. This means you have the right to: non-discrimination and respect, confidentiality and information, choose and refuse. Learn more about your rights when you seek healthcare: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

When you see a healthcare provider, you have a right to non-discrimination and respect. This means: a safe environment, have your chosen name and pronouns respected, being able to ask as many questions as you want, be taken seriously, and much more. Learn more about your right to non-discrimination and respect: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Important reminder: Health care free from all forms of discrimination is the bare minimum. Learn more about your rights when it comes to youth-friendly care: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

You have a right to be heard and treated with non-judgment and kindness in all aspects of our lives, including when we go to the doctor, nurse, or psychologist. Learn more about your rights when it comes to youth-friendly care: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

When you see a healthcare provider, you have a right to privacy and confidentiality. This means no one but you needs to know when, why, or if you see a healthcare provider. Learn more about your right to confidentiality and privacy as a young person: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

When you see a healthcare provider, you have a right to choose and refuse care. This means you have the right to make informed choices about all aspects of your health. Learn more: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

What happens if a healthcare provider is not able to give you the treatment or test you ask for? If that happens, it’s important to know that they have an obligation to refer you in a timely manner to another provider. Learn more: https://www.actioncanadashr.org/resources/sexual-health-info/hub/going-doctor-sexual-health-matters

Going to the doctor can be intimidating! We all ask ourselves: “what do I need to tell the doctor?” “What questions should I ask?” “What do I need to bring with me?” Here are some tips and tricks to prepare for your appointment: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

Twitter

As a young person, you have a #HumanRight to health. This means you have the right to: non-discrimination and respect, confidentiality and information, choose and refuse. Learn more about your rights & #YouthFriendlyCare #SRH2021 www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

When you see a healthcare provider, you have a right to non-discrimination & respect. This means: a safe environment, have your chosen name & pronouns respected, be taken seriously & much more. Learn more about #YouthFriendlyCare #SRH2021 www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

#Reminder: Health care free from all forms of discrimination is the bare minimum. Learn more about your rights when it comes to #YouthFriendlyCare #SRH2021 www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

You have a right to be heard and treated with non-judgment and kindness in all aspects of our lives, including when we go to the doctor, nurse, or psychologist. Learn more about your rights when it comes to #YouthFriendlyCare #SRH2021: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

When you see a healthcare provider, you have a right to privacy and confidentiality. This means no one but you needs to know when, why, or if you see a healthcare provider. Learn more about #YouthFriendlyCare #SRH2021 www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

When you see a healthcare provider, you have a right to choose and refuse care. This means you have the right to make informed choices about all aspects of your health. Learn more about your rights and #YouthFriendlycare #SRH2021 www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek

What happens if a healthcare provider is not able/refuses to give you the treatment or test you ask for? They have an obligation to refer to another provider. #YouthFriendlyCare #SRH2021 #ConscientiousObjection https://www.actioncanadashr.org/resources/sexual-health-info/hub/going-doctor-sexual-health-matters

Going to the doctor can be intimidating! Here are some tips and tricks to prepare for your appointment: www.actioncanadashr.org/srhweek #YouthFriendlyCare #SRH2021

SRH Week 2021
Posted on 2021-01-26
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