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  Featured Events Calendar
Date Event Name Location Event Description Time Sponsor Contact Tickets/ Comments
November 03, 2010
Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging’s Annual Conference
Hilton Garden Inn
1100 Carnegie Avenue, across from Progressive Field
What's Next? Looking Ahead to the Next 10 Years in Family Caregiving
Gail Hunt, President & CEO, National Alliance for Caregiving
CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS
- Reducing Disability in Alzheimer's Disease: An Exercise Intervention for Caregiving Families (Presenters: Heather Menne, PhD, Margaret Blenkner Research Institute of Benjamin Rose, & SalliBollin, MSW, Alzheimer's Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter)
- Strengthening Caregiving Families: Recommendations from the Experts (Linda Noelker, PhD, & Miriam Rose, MEd, Katz Policy Institute of Benjamin Rose)
- Response to the Quiet Caregiver Crisis: Caregiver Orientation, Education & Support (Linda Elliot, PhD, LISW-S, & Crystal Wallace, MSW, LSW, Adult Day Program, Eldercare Services Institute of Benjamin Rose)
LUNCHEON PRESENTATION
Connecting Through Art (Presenter: Martha Stitt, ATR-BC, LPCC-S, LICDC-E, Art Therapy Studio)
Four clock hours available for social workers and counselors.
Cost: $50; $40 for students/seniors
Cost includes CEs, continental breakfast, lunch and parking
Register online
Exhibit tables are still available. Click here to download form.
For more information, e-mail info@benrose.org or call 216.373.1686.

8:00a.m. - 2:00p.m.


216-373-1686


November 05, 2010
Womankind 35th Anniversary Gala
Ritz-Carlton Cleveland Hotel
1515 West Third Street
Downtown Cleveland
Come support Womankind and help us celebrate 35 years of providing hope and help to pregnant women in need. The evening includes dinner, open bar, entertainment by Nia vocals, a silent and live auction, complimentary valet parking and much more! The event will take place a the Ritz-Carlton Cleveland Hotel, 1515 West Third Street in downtown Cleveland. Tickets for the Gala start at $150, with corporate sponsorship available. Also the Hearts and Hands Leadership Recognition Award to Key Bank
Come support Womankind and help us celebrate 35 years of providing hope and help to pregnant women in need. The evening includes dinner, open bar, entertainment by Nia vocals, a silent and live auction, complimentary valet parking and much more! The event will take place a the Ritz-Carlton Cleveland Hotel, 1515 West Third Street in downtown Cleveland. Tickets for the Gala start at $150, with corporate sponsorship available. Also the Hearts and Hands Leadership Recognition Award to Key Bank
All day event





November 10, 2010
10th Annual Telling Your Story: Nonprofits and the Media
Cleveland Sight Center
1909 East 101 St.
Cleveland, OH, 44106
Part 1: Telling Your Story with Video
Presenters to Date:
- Sara Sullivan, Managing Director, Second Story Productions, Inc. - Andy Smoley, Senior Production Specialist, Second Story Productions, Inc. - Mary Sue Tanis, Executive Director, Youth Challenge
If a picture paints a thousand words, then a video tells a story in just a few minutes. However, a video is a tool, just like other communications tools. To create and use one effectively, nonprofits need to address many of the same questions used with other tools: What is the goal? What is the message? Who is the audience? Is video the most appropriate tool and, if so, how do we create a valuable one? Who should be invested in the project? What costs are involved? What needs to be done before picking up a camera? When should we use a professional, and when would an in-house product serve the purpose? These questions will be discussed by two video professionals and a nonprofit communicator who has gone through the process…and survived to tell the story.
In the second part of the program, a panel of media representatives will discuss their organizations, how they tell stories, and how nonprofits can be a resource for them. Audience participation and an opportunity to meet and talk informally will follow the presentation.
Part 2: Meet Northeast Ohio Media
Panelists to Date:
- Ellen Stein Burbach, The Plain Dealer
- Jim McIntyre, News Director, WDOK FM 102.1
- Jay Miller, Crain’s Cleveland Business
- Basheer Jones, Newstalk1490am
- Denise Polverine, Cleveland.com
- Margi Herwald Zitelli, Cleveland Jewish News
Click here to register online

8:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.





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