Use these resources to help spread the word
WE NEED YOUR ASSISTANCE! This is an entirely patient-driven, grassroots cause.
We have no paid lobbyists and are not represented by any special interest group.
Our continued progress depends on the involvement of more people just like you.
You Can Help Increase Awareness In The Following Ways
We will gladly supply you with the information cards seen here
and at the bottom of this page . These are perfect for taking to doctor’s and therapist’s offices, support groups, compression garment fitters/suppliers, etc. Typically one pack of cards per physical location is appropriate. The cards are shrink wrapped in packs of 50, so please contact us
to request the number of packs you need and the address you would like them mailed to. (For those who are able, we suggest a donation of $5 per pack to offset our costs; for those who are unable,
we will gladly provide them free of charge so long as we have the ability to do so.)
One-page Facts Sheet:
Please print and post/distribute this “one-pager
” as you see fit.
Please “like” the Lymphedema Treatment Act Facebook page
and post something about the Act on your Facebook page. You can compose your own message or use this one: Please support passage of the Lymphedema Treatment Act so that patients are no longer denied coverage for the compression supplies that are a vital component of lymphedema treatment. There are many quick and easy ways you can help – just visit the LTA website to learn how. Thanks for your support! www.LymphedemaTreatmentAct.org
If you use Twitter please follow us
and re-tweet our tweets.
If you have a website or blog please consider including information and/or a link about the Act. Our logo is available here
and a “one-pager” with all of the most important information is available here
. If you prefer to not write the post yourself then a pre-written message from Heather Ferguson, Executive Director of the Lymphedema Advocacy Group
, is available here
Use this Tell-A-Friend
form to quickly tell up to 10 people at a time about our website.
Thank you for helping us spread awareness about the Act!