How can I participate?
Schools, community groups, and other local organizations can launch Healthy Hearing projects right in their own communities to educate people about the importance of Healthy Hearing 2010. Examples of activities include holding an open house or a health-awareness day at a local health clinic, organizing a family health fair at a local mall, setting up a Healthy Hearing display at the library or a local store, holding a poster contest for children that shows ways to have healthy hearing, selling T-shirts or holding a silent auction as a fundraiser, or conducting a noise-induced hearing loss awareness program in the community. To find out more information on how your state or community can turn the objectives into actions, see the Healthy People Toolkit at www.healthypeople.gov/2010/state/toolkit/.
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