Have children wash their hands as soon as they get home from camp or outside activities.
Teach your children to wash their hands thoroughly. Washing for 20 seconds (the time it takes to sing the “Happy Birthday” song twice) is the most effective way to eliminate germs.
Children can touch and retouch over 300 surfaces in just 30 minutes. Disinfect and sanitize your kitchen counters and bathrooms to help reduce the spread of germs.
ACE, RB, and the River City Rascals team up to Strike Out Inhalant Abuse
The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) traveled to the greater St. Louis, Missouri area to team up with RB, a health and hygiene company, to bring inhalant abuse prevention messaging to the community.
On August 8th, the Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) teamed up with the Midwest Aerosol Association (MAA) to help Strike Out Inhalant Abuse at the Schaumburg Boomers in Illinois.
On Saturday, July 26th the Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) traveled to Bowie, Maryland to team up with the Bowie Baysox and Batman to Strike Out Inhalant Abuse! Fans and Baysox staff dressed as their favorite crime-fighting heroes to celebrate Superhero night at the stadium.
ACE traveled to the 2014 SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) National Conference, held June 23rd and 24th in Tysons Corner, Virginia , to spread inhalant abuse prevention messaging.
Ace Clean and Professor Grime Team Up with the Dragons to Stop Germs!
Ace Clean and Professor Grime teamed up with theDragons, Heater and Gem, to teach Dayton YMCA campers about healthy hygiene. The four mascots visited two YMCA Camps, the Downtown Y at St. Anthony and the Downtown Y at Grace, to talk with campers about correct hand washing tips and how to sneeze and cough correctly.
The Alliance for Consumer Education teamed up with the Dayton Dragons and the Millard Family to help Strike Out Inhalant Abuse in Dayton, Ohio.
Wednesday, April 9th was an exciting day for Ace Clean as he joined the American University (AU) Recreational Sports and Fitness Center and American University Public Health Organization for a special National Public Health Week edition of Wellness Wednesday on the AU quad. Ace Clean and professor grime traveled to AU to educate students and the campus community about hand washing and disease prevention in the wake of a recent norovirus outbreak on campus.
The Midwest Aerosol Association (MAA) kicked off its first Continuing Aerosol Education Series on March 20th in Schaumburg, IL. In support of ACE, MAA distributed Inhalant Abuse Prevention Brochures and bumper stickers to all attendees. To help support the program, MAA donated earnings from the 50/50 raffle to ACE. A big thank you to Midwest Aerosol Association for their efforts and support in helping to spread inhalant abuse prevention messaging and to Board Treasurer, Faye Haber, for her continued efforts in helping to promote ACE.
Last Wednesday, March 26th, Ace Clean and Professor Grime paid a visit to the students at Carlin Springs Elementary school for the second time. Students from kindergarten to fifth grade learned all about disease prevention by participating in a number of interactive games and activities including: