Select language
 

Promotional Material for the Multiple Systems Navigator

Help Us Promote the Multiple Systems Navigator

Are you involved with a group that would find the information on the Multiple Systems Navigator helpful? Below are some tools to help you spread the word. We appreciate your assistance in promoting the use of this website.

Multiple Systems Navigator Poster

Download and print, or contact us to receive copies of our 11 x 17" poster for use at meetings, conferences or offices. We can print and mail small quantities of these posters.

Multiple Systems Navigator Poster

Multiple Systems Navigator Bookmarks

Contact us to request Multiple Systems Navigator bookmarks for distribution.

FrontBookmark.png BackBookMark.png

Multiple Systems Navigator Website Badge

Add this badge with a link to your website: http://www.msnavigator.org.

MSNavigatorBadgeV2.jpg

Multiple Systems Navigator Social Media Content

Please help us continue to spread the word about the Multiple Systems Navigator website.

In order to facilitate sharing, we’ve created a series of Facebook posts and tweets with graphics to match, for you to use. You will find a mix of posts and tweets with graphics for you to use. The graphics are all numbered for easy use. You can post as is, or customize depending on your own messaging preferences.

A few things to remember:

Twitter

  • Be sure that your organization (and you, if you tweet professionally) follows @nysccf.
  • If we’re not following your organization, please let me know and we will follow you (robin.miller@ccf.ny.gov).
  • We highly encourage you to retweet or share Multiple Systems Navigator content that the Council posts on Facebook or Twitter.
  • We’ve made recommendations around which share graphics may be best with each post, but you can use any of the graphics as you like.

Facebook

  • Be sure that your organization likes the Council’s Facebook page.
  • Also, confirm that the Council has liked your organization’s Facebook page. If not, please contact (robin.miller@ccf.ny.gov).
  • Please tag @nysccf in each of your Facebook posts when you use our name. Simply type @nysccf into the status window, and select the NYS Council on Children and Families. This will let us know that you shared an item and give us an opportunity to like your post.
    nysccf.png
  • We highly encourage you to retweet or share Multiple Systems Navigator content that the Council posts on Facebook or Twitter.
  • We’ve made recommendations around which share images may be best with each post, but you can use any of the graphics as you like.

Social Media Content

We’ve created the following Bit.ly links for the Multiple Systems Navigator. Using these links rather than direct links to help us to see how traffic is being driven to our site. Please use these links for any sharing you do, including newsletters or website links.

Bit.ly Links:

Share on Twitter

  1. Check out the MSNavigator for health & human service information & resources http://bit.ly/2aejHhJ

    Tweet1.jpg
  2. Learn some basics for navigating multiple human service systems http://bit.ly/2azmK9f

    Tweet2.jpg
  3. Complicated cross-systems situations? Visit the NYS Multiple Systems Navigator http://bit.ly/2aqRWWM

    Tweet3.jpg
  4. Looking for #disability information or programs? Visit the NYS Multiple Systems Navigator http://bit.ly/2atVVjM

    Tweet4.jpg
  5. Use Multiple Systems Navigator's Mapping tool to locate services near you http://bit.ly/2ahslw6

    Tweet5.jpg
  6. Need to keep track of medical information, notes, appointments, medications? http://bit.ly/2awfwj7

    Tweet6.jpg
  7. Struggling with terms and acronyms that are used by NYS human service systems? http://bit.ly/2aNjkvB

    Tweet7.jpg
  8. Looking for information from multiple NYS human service organizations? Use Advanced Search http://bit.ly/2a2IkBT

    Tweet8.jpg
  9. Learn about health, education and human services agencies with the NYS Multiple Systems Navigator http://bit.ly/2a7yque

    Tweet9.jpg
  10. Check out the Multiple Systems Navigator’s #TransitionToAdulthood section http://bit.ly/2aznNFO
    Tweet10.jpg
  11. Learn about #Family/YouthSupport & #PeerAdvocacy http://bit.ly/2aNkcAi
    Tweet11.jpg
  12. Talk to a live person! Visit http://bit.ly/2ael00l access to hotline & information numbers

    Tweet2.jpg
  13. #SpecialEducation in NYS. Learn the differences between an IEP and 504 plan http://bit.ly/2an2ClL

    Tweet13.jpg
  14. Check out MSNavigator's #TransitionToAdulthood Information Packs http://bit.ly/2aNjFy5

    Tweet14.jpg
  15. Out-of-home placement decisions are always difficult, learn more http://bit.ly/2aCqR3F

    Tweet15.jpg
  16. Have an acronym to include on the Multiple Systems Navigator? Tell us http://bit.ly/2affxeu

    Tweet16.jpg
  17. Feedback wanted! Tell us what you think of the Multiple Systems Navigator: http://bit.ly/2ad3FWa

    Tweet17.jpg
  18. Have news/events to share on the Multiple Systems Navigator? http://bit.ly/2a2If16

    Tweet18.jpg
  19. Bookmark the Multiple Systems Navigator News page for disability news http://bit.ly/2aAis0P

    Tweet19.jpg
  20. Some information to help with #TransitionalPlanning. http://bit.ly/2a51Bm5

    Tweet20.jpg

Share on Facebook

  1. Use the NYS Multiple Systems Navigator website (http://bit.ly/2aejHhJ) to access helpful health, education human service and disability information on one user-friendly website. Built for youth, parents, family members and caregivers that rely on support and services from multiple child and family serving systems.

    FB1.jpg
  2. Change is difficult for most people and is often more difficult for individuals who rely on a carefully crafted set of services. When youth move from one system to another, families and youth are often fearful of service gaps and setbacks. Early planning is key to a smooth transition. View the NYS Multiple Systems Navigator’s Transition to Adulthood section (http://bit.ly/2aznNFO) to be better prepared.

    FB2.jpg
  3. A core component of the NYS Multiple Systems Navigator is a comprehensive mapping tool (http://bit.ly/2ahslw6) that provides program, service and family/peer support information. This tool provides driving directions, contact information and hours of operation.

    FB3.jpg
  4. Finding and coordinating services for children with #SpecialNeeds can be very challenging, especially when you first begin your journey. Visit the Essentials for Navigating Multiple Human Service Systems section (http://bit.ly/2azmK9f) of the NYS Multiple Systems Navigator website for some essential tips that should help make that journey a smoother one.

    FB4.jpg
  5. The moment you begin talking with individuals from government agencies and service providers, you will be bombarded with terms and acronyms that can often be overwhelming. Visit the NYS Multiple Systems Navigator to learn terms and acronyms (http://bit.ly/2aNjkvB) used in health and human services. You will also have the opportunity to suggest a new term and/or acronym for inclusion to this database if you find one missing.

    FB5.jpg
  6. There is nothing worse than needing assistance and not being able to talk to a person. Check out the “Talk to Someone Now” (http://bit.ly/2ael00l) section of the Multiple Systems Navigator website to view hotline information organized by category. The Multiple Systems Navigator website has been built for mobile first. If you access this page from your phone or tablet, all telephone numbers will be hot links.

    FB6.jpg
Man with megaphone talking to group

Developed by the Council on Children and Families and Funded by the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council