Infographics to Communicate Information
NASP has recently developed a series of infographics to introduce key issues to stakeholders and advocate for the work of school psychologists. Download them today!
Proposed Changes to Medicaid Would Harm Children and Youth
This infographic depicts how the proposed cuts to Medicaid would adversely impact children and youth and features how to take action by visiting the NASP Advocacy Action Center.
Cuts in Medicaid Funding Will Directly Impact School Psychological Services
This infographic displays how decreased funding in Medicaid would directly impact school psychological services for children and youth.
Mental Health Infographic
This infographic describes the problem of unaddressed mental health needs in schools and how school psychologists can help provide services.
School Climate Infographic
This infographic explains the factors affecting school climate, why it is so important, how to improve it, and how to become involved with this initiative as a school psychologist.
Trauma-Sensitive Schools Infographic
This infographic explains the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences, characteristics of trauma-sensitive schools, and the role of the school psychologist in providing early identification and intervention services, delivering mental health supports, and contributing to positive student outcomes.
Multitiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Infographic
This infographic outlines the benefits and components of Multitiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and highlights the expertise of school psychologists in designing, implementing, and evaluating interventions.
Social media offer significant opportunities to virtually create awareness, disseminate resources, and initiate conversations. Visit our social media page to learn more.
Using Social Media to Advance Advocacy Efforts
Learn how to leverage social media as an effective advocacy tool to promote change and create dialogue.
NASP’s Advocacy Social Media Guide
This resource provides strategies and offers suggestions for both state associations and individuals in how to advocate using Facebook and Twitter.