Social Media Toolkit
February is National Parent Leadership Month. Parents are leaders in all kinds of roles, including being the first teachers to their children. In recognition of this month to help honor parent leaders, we are providing some tools and resources to share with parents and the community. This toolkit can help:
- Promote and honor parent leaders.
- Provide parents and caregivers tools to help them be their best.
- Share resources to support parent leaders.
These messages and links can be used as is, or they can be customized in any way that works best for your community by directing people to your prevention program’s information.
Sample Social Media Posts
Hashtags: #ParentLeadership #ParentLeadershipMonth #ParentLeader #ParentHero
- Thank you, parents, for all the hard work you do! GetParentingTips.com has all sorts of articles, videos, and resources to help you along your parenting journey.
- In honor of Parent Leadership Month, we celebrate all the hard work parents do for the next generation! Do you know a parent you’d like to celebrate? Visit this Children’s Trust Fund Alliance page and download a certificate to honor them: tinyurl.com/CTFANPLM
- As a parent leader, you need to take care of yourself so you can take care of others. Check out this video to learn how to mentally recharge as a parent: tinyurl.com/RechargeGPT
- Parenting is a full-time job, and sometimes parents balance that with a full-time day job. Are you looking for strategies to keep everything balanced with your family at home, work, and school? Here are some tips from a working mom of three that can help: tinyurl.com/BusyMomGPT
- Parenting isn’t easy. Dealing with the stress that can accompany parenting can be a lot on top of everything else. We have some tips and tricks for facing the stress of parenting in this video that can help: tinyurl.com/StressTipsGPT
- As a parent, you are the first teacher and leader to your kids. In order to take care of your family, we encourage you to take care of yourself. Learn how at: getparentingtips.com/parents
- It’s ok to ask for help. Asking for help is an essential part of being a leader and teaches your children to ask for help when they need it. From teenage battles to temper tantrums, no matter what the challenge, this resource can help find solutions, share ideas, and be a listening ear: getparentingtips.com/get-help-now
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Certificate of Recognition
Credit: Children’s Trust Fund Alliance