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Affordable Care Act

Presentation for David Williams
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Victoria Calderon

on 23 April 2013

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Transcript of Affordable Care Act

1 AFFORDABLE CARE ACT DAY WHO: For all students on campus under 26 who will be affected by the act

WHAT: A day dedicated to increasing awareness on campus

WHEN: Depending on tour schedule and booking availability

WHERE: Outside event on Campus (Courtyards or Student Union Areas)

WHY: To create a strong presence of Young Adults for Affordable Care on college campuses while explaining why this is important to the college demographic WMI Interns for David Williams Affordable Care Act Proposal YOUNG ADULTS FOR AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE Reach out to students and young adults to engage them in generating support for Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Tour will hold campus events based on promoting the benefits of the ACA
This can include film screening, informational ad campaigns, & social media campaigns SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY Shareable infographics
Use of social media efficiency by student organizations HOW CAN THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT HELP? Facts important for people 26 and younger In Conclusion: Coverage as a dependent on their parent’s health insurance if you’re under age 26
New health plans must now cover certain preventive services without cost sharing.
Starting in 2014, if you’re unemployed with limited income up to about $15,000 per year for a single person, you may be eligible for health coverage through Medicaid.
Starting in 2014, if your employer doesn’t offer insurance, you will be able to buy insurance directly in the new Health Insurance Marketplace.
Starting in 2014, if your income is less than the equivalent of about $43,000 for a single individual and your job doesn’t offer affordable coverage, you may get tax credits to help pay for insurance. WHY HEALTH CARE IS IMPORTANT
FOR YOUNG ADULTS: Young adults have the highest rate of uninsured of any age group.
About 30% of young adults are uninsured,
Young adults have the lowest rate of access to employer-based insurance.
They tend to have entry-level jobs, part-time jobs, or jobs in small businesses, and other employment that typically comes without employer-sponsored health insurance.
Young adults' health and finances are at risk.
1 in 6 young adults have a chronic illness like cancer, diabetes or asthma.
Nearly half of uninsured young adults report problems paying medical bills. So how do you share this important information with the people who need to hear it most? 3 Implement these three strategies to gain support for the Affordable Care Act among the 26-year-old and younger demographic. WHAT STUDENTS ARE ACTUALLY SAYING: Insert video of young people answering questions about health care like is it important? do they need it? can they pay for it?
We hope to create a new network of activist in support of the Affordable healthcare act and raise awareness by providing information in an engaging medium for our target audience
As a student who is part of this target audience, I think it is important to examine what attracts this age group (18-26)
Create an event that students will want to attend. College students love things that are FREE! Prizes, Food and Entertainment are always a winner!
Invite other campus organizations to get involved to help attract a broader audience across campus. Political groups, Ethnic/Identity groups, Progressive issues groups, Student Government, Fraternities and Sororities are all great ways to help get the campus involved. Informational Booth with simple outreach materials about the Act
Trivia Games with prizes such as Promotional T-shirts and key chains
Free Pizza and Drinks (Must participate in at least 2 games to receive ticket for food) LET'S MAKE IT HAPPEN Request outreach materials and promotion items from the Government
Order Pizza and Drinks through local pizzeria that normally caters for the University- rough estimate $1,000 to feed 400 people
T-shirts and Hats- Check with universities to see what they have to offer.
"I support ACA" Keychains- rough estimate $500 for 600
With collaboration with other student organizations a $1500 event should be well within the budget a tour that will visit campuses across the nation how to spread the word Cost of the Event Highlights of the Event: Aspire Plan Envision Outreach where students learn about the Affordable Care Act
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