#MoreThanMyBrainInjury Awareness Campaign: Templates
Categories: Public Awareness
Help raise awareness with these More Than My Brain Injury campaign templates. Click the links above to download fun backgrounds and ready-to-use panels for your Instagram Stories as well as printable signs you can write or draw on by hand.
We have also created something very special for our community: customizable campaign templates for Canva! Watch the tutorial below to learn how you can make your own #MoreThanMyBrainInjury graphics for Instagram and Facebook Stories. We promise – it’s easy! If you have any trouble, please email us with your preferred picture and we’d be happy to create the graphic for you.
Canva is an easy-to-use, free online design tool that works on mobile and desktop. Click here to download BIAA’s Canva templates, watch our iPhone tutorial or desktop tutorial above, and get creative! Raising awareness on social media is especially important during Brain Injury Awareness Month, and we count on everyone in our community to help spread the word.
Don’t feel like creating your own graphics? We’ve created a simple, printable “I am more than my brain injury” sign for you to use (click here to download it). Survivors, caregivers, and advocates can print these signs at home, write whatever feels meaningful to them, and take photos to share on social media. Don’t forget to use #MoreThanMyBrainInjury and tag BIAA in your posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Many people with disabilities have their lives defined for them. The More Than My Brain Injury campaign gives individuals a chance to overcome those definitions, allowing them to tell their own stories and change the narrative of their lives. Click here to share your story.
Speak up. Download our ready-to-use posters and social media graphics to help raise awareness of brain injury and its various causes. Click here to see the campaign collateral.
Speak out. Advocates like you are our greatest asset. Why not write a letter to the editor or try to get a PSA aired on your local radio station? Click here for ways to engage the media.
Know the facts. At least 3.6 million people in the U.S. sustain brain injuries each year. Want to learn more? Click here to download our fact sheet.
Do more. Want to do more than raise awareness? Step up by raising funds for brain injury services, supports, and research. Click here to start a fundraiser.