Prioritize Your Health

“When women take care of their health, they become their best friend.”

~Maya Angelou

It’s all about your health, raising awareness, and encouraging teachers near and far to listen to their bodies. Stop worrying about taking a day off during the school year and make your appointment. I realize finding a substitute isn’t easy especially during the pandemic. However, this is not your problem to solve. Your health is the priority! Here are the March and April 2021 Health Observances.

March 2021

Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month

Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month

Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month 

National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month 

National Endometriosis Awareness Month

National Kidney Month

National Nutrition Month

National Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month

Save Your Vision Month

Trisomy Awareness Month

Workplace Eye Wellness Month

April 2021

Alcohol Awareness Month

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month

National Autism Awareness Month

National Cancer Control Month

National Donate Life Month

National Facial Protection Month

National Interprofessional Healthcare Month

National Minority Health Month

National Sarcoidosis Awareness Month

Occupational Therapy Month

Oral Cancer Awareness Month

Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month

STI Awareness Month

Stress Awareness Month

Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

I firmly believe building awareness and early detection really saves lives. The practice of ignoring health matters is prevalent in the teaching profession. May you be informed and take action. You matter!

Dare 2 Be Well!


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