For Partners


We rely on you

Speak(easy) Howard is working to make it easier for every adult in Howard County to talk about their preferences for medical care if they’re unable to speak for themselves and to name their health care agent. It’s work that we can’t do alone. We rely on partners to help us spread the word about the campaign in the community, talk about it online, and host workshops to teach people how to share their preferences. Find the resources you need to do that and more below.


Guide to Getting Involved

Whether you want to host a workshop or simply share a social media post – there are plenty of ways to help us spread the word about the campaign. Download our partner guide to find the option that works best for you.

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How to Host a Conversation Workshop

Conversation workshops provide in-person guidance on talking to loved ones about wishes for medical care. Watch our webinar to learn how to host one, then download our presentation slides for use at your event.

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Create Custom Speak(easy) Materials

Customize Speak(easy) Howard handouts, posters, email content and social media images and share them with your audiences. Materials available in English, Spanish, and Korean.

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Care Preferences Worksheet

How do you talk to loved ones about your preferences for medical care? Answering six key questions and sharing those answers with loved ones is a start. Download them here and share with your audiences.

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Spread the Word on Social Media

Want to spread the word about the campaign via social media? Download images and sample posts to share with your followers. Content available in English, Spanish, and Korean. 

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Not Yet a Partner?

If you're interested in becoming a Speak(easy) Howard partner, we'd love to talk about what level of involvement is best for you.

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Talk to loved ones about my preferences for care

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Name my health care agent

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Get in-person help at an event

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