Our awareness day, Undiagnosed Children’s Day is on Friday 30 April 2021 and it’s an extra special one this year because we are also celebrating SWAN UK’s 10th birthday on 9 May!
There hasn’t been much to celebrate over the last year so we are looking forward to having a special day, looking back at our favourite times and sharing memories and experiences from our SWAN UK families.
Get involved to help us celebrate and reach out to more families affected by undiagnosed conditions.
What can you do?
Change your social media profile pictures:
Share our images and social media messages
Share these on your own social media, tag us and get in touch with your contacts / organisations that have supported you to let them know about the day. Use the hashtags #BigBirthday and #UCD2021
Follow us on social media:
Share your experiences to help us highlight what it means to have a child with an undiagnosed condition and tell us what you are celebrating about your child/undiagnosed journey.
Also keep your eyes peeled for our Instagram AR filter launching this week!
How can I share?
Write a blog
How have things changed for your family since you joined, what have you got out of being a SWAN UK member? We can provide a Q&A to help guide you. Please get in touch at:
Provide a photo of your child/family with a quote about one of the following
What you are celebrating about your undiagnosed child?
How SWAN UK has helped support you and your family?
What being undiagnosed means for you and your family?
We will make some of these into images that you can share on your own social media and tag us.
Share your video footage with a quote
This could be about being undiagnosed / what SWAN UK means to you / what you are celebrating about your undiagnosed child / how you are celebrating Undiagnosed Children’s Day.
Contact your local paper/radio/TV:
Share your story and information about Undiagnosed Children’s Day. We can support you with this.
Set up a Facebook fundraiser to celebrate and raise money for SWAN UK
Use this video tutorial to find out on how:
Get your organisation involved
Feature in your newsletter
Feature Undiagnosed Children’s Day in a newsletter to your members / community. We have images and social media posts we can share with you to use.