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Host a Screening–there are THREE ways!

1. Host a COMMUNITY OR EDUCATIONAL SCREENING:

Screening licenses are available for screenings at service agencies, conferences, community centers, libraries, colleges or universities and other non-traditional screening locations.  You provide the venue, projector, and audience and our partners at TUGG provide you with the film and digital promotional tools to make the screening a success.  You may also want to arrange for continuing education credits.  Please let us know if you’d like for someone from our film team to be present in person or by SKYPE for Q and A’s or panel discussion.  Contact TUGG and they will get right back to you and help you get started: tugg

2. Host a SCREENING AT YOUR LOCAL THEATER!!

Our partners at TUGG give you the power to bring Portraits of Professional CAREgivers to your favorite movie theaters!  The process is simple:  pick a date, pick a theater, and enlist your audience to meet the RSVP threshold online before the deadline.  If enough reservations are made, the screening happens.  You can use the event as a fundraiser and even host a panel discussion right in the theater.  Many groups also arrange for continuing education credits. Click here to find out more about how TUGG works:  http://resources.tugg.com/howtuggworks/    

To set up your own theater screening, click here:  tugg

3. PURCHASE YOUR OWN DVD OF CAREgivers FILM and A LICENSE TO SCREEN 

A.  We encourage universities and educational institutions to purchase a Standard Definition (SD) DVD or STREAMING OF THE FULL FEATURE VERSION from our very helpful educational distributor, Alexander Street Press, for unlimited screenings within the educational institution (no tickets or donations at events).  See: https://www.academicvideostore.com/video/portraits-professional-caregivers-their-passion-their-pain 

OR

B.   You may purchase DVD’s (SD with BluRay) and a twelve month License to screen (for public or institutional audiences with donations or selling tickets as an option) by contacting viccompher@comcast.net or call 267-266-0842.

To arrange for the DIRECTOR, Vic Compher or CO-PRODUCER, Rodney Whittenberg, to be present for a Q and A session or panel discussion or to hold an educational workshop or presentation— please contact  viccompher@comcast.net or call 267-266-0842   

2017 – Upcoming Screenings

April 30 — American Red Cross Volunteer Managers’ Leadership Conference,    Charlotte, NC — 8:45 a.m.

contact person and leader of workshop:  catherinejensen87@gmail.com

May 10 — DeSales University, Center Valley, PA — 5:30 p.m. reception with screening at 7:00 p.m.

host and contact person:  Professor Carol Gullo Mest at Carol.Mest@desales.edu

May 12 — Family Service of Rhode Island —–morning screening and afternoon workshop for child welfare, police, firefighters, and other caregiving professionals

host and contact person:    Sarah Kelly-Palmer at  kellysa@familyserviceri.org

registration including CEU’s  at:  https://form.jotform.us/71004580904146

May 21 — International Coalition Alliance on Prostitution (ICAP), Green Lake, WI.  

contact person:   Candace Wheeler at candace@r199.org    Registration and conference info at  http://www.icapglobal.org/events.html

June 8–Philadelphia Veterans Multiservice Center–Presentation on Secondary Trauma and Resiliency — Screening/ Workshop

contact person and leader of workshop:  catherinejensen87@gmail.com

June 11 — Screening by Tabernacle United Church — 37th and Chestnut Street (side entrance and upstairs), Philadelphia, PA 19104 — 11:45 a.m. ET (side entrance and upstairs)  Free and open to the public

contact person:  Vic Compher    viccompher@comcast.net 

June 20 — American Red Cross — online screening and Q and A  7:00 – 9:00 p.m. ET

with Q and A featuring Vic Compher, Rodney Whittenberg, John Weaver and Catherine Jensen

further info with christie.rodgers@redcross.org

June 22 –Delaware County Behavioral Health and United Way of Delaware County, Morton, PA

with panel discussion featuring Sandra Bloom, MD and Diane Wagenhals, MA

contact person for additional information and registration:  Rich Crespo at rcrespo@uwgpsnj.org

 

2017 Highlights — so far!

April 19  — Kansas City Police Department,  Kansas City, Missouri  –screening and workshop for police, firefighters, child welfare and other public servants

March 27 and 28 –First 5 Mendocino County, California (Ft. Bragg and Ukiah)  –morning screening and afternoon workshop for diverse group of early childhood educators, child welfare, and other care providers

March 24  — First 5, Alameda, California –morning screening and afternoon workshop for diverse group of early childhood educators, child welfare, and other care providers

 

March 23 –ASA — American Society of Aging — Chicago, Illinois — Workshop Presentation and Screening, with Cyndee Wishkovsky and Diane Menio

March 21 —Wellness for Professionals: Taking Care While Giving Care–University of Southern California, Los Angeles 

March 13 (7:00 p.m.) Limerick Volunteer Fire Department, Limerick, PA 19468

January 12 — Red Cross Training–“Disaster Spiritual Care,” with John Weaver,  Wilkes-Barre, PA

2016  Highlights

December 6  National Online Screening  hosted by ACE’s connection Blog with Q and A (Listen to the podcast at https://soundcloud.com/rodney-whittenberg/caregivers-post-aces-connection-on-line-screening-podcast-q-and-a-12-6-16 )

November 5   Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church thru Peacemaking Committee and the Middleton Center

November 4 Wilmington University – morning, Wilmington Delaware

October 21  National ACEs Summit Conference – Film Showcase – sponsored by Center for Youth Wellness – San Francisco, CA

October 18 Marywood College – Center Valley, PA

October 13 Bryn Mawr Film Institute — Bryn Mawr, PA

October 7  Screening with Workshop at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin (Project Ujima),  Milwaukee, WI  

October 6 Workshop on Clinical Supervision: PA NASW — Pre-Conference (full day) by John Weaver – Valley Forge, PA

September 23 Workshop:  Secondary Trauma and Resiliency in the Workplace by Vic Compher for Social Work PRN – Phila. PA

September 18 Poster Session at Am. Medical Assoc. National Conference presented by Dr.Donald Friedman – Boston, MA

AUGUST 5  Screening with Workshop Metropolitan Action Commission of Nashville, Tennessee

JUNE 28  Philadelphia Fire Department — Special Screening for graduating Cadets, Philadelphia, PA  

JUNE 23   NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS (NASW) NATIONAL CONFERENCE, Washington, DC

JUNE 22   SAMSHA Conference for Middle PA, State College, PA

JUNE 16  Pennsylvania Psychological Association – Annual Conference, Harrisburg, PA

MAY 25  Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disabilities Services (DBHIDS), Philadelphia, PA

MAY 9  HOPEWORKS AND THE HEALING 10 OF CAMDEN, NJ, Rutgers University Camden, NJ

MAY 2  NASW New Jersey State Conference, Atlantic City, NJ

APRIL 13 Classroom Presentation on Secondary Trauma- Delaware State University, School of Social Work, Wilmington, DE 

APRIL 7  Screening and Workshop, Regis College, Weston, MA

APRIL 7  Philadelphia University,  Philadelphia, PA

APRIL 6  Health and Wellness Day – New Jersey Child Welfare Social Workers, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

APRIL 5  Screening and Classroom Presentation, Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work  and Social Research, Bryn Mawr, PA

APRIL 1  New Courtland Educational Center, Mt. Airy/ Philadelphia

MARCH 24  Hospital of the Univ. of PA,  Grand Rounds for OB/GYN, Philadelphia, PA

MARCH 23  Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services Agency, Furlong, PA

MARCH 17  Rutgers University, Health and Wellness Day – New Jersey Child Welfare Social Workers, Camden, NJ

March 15 and 16 Hospital of the Univ. of PA, Care for the Care Providers, Philadelphia, PA

March 5   PA NASW Eastern Division, East Stroudsburg Univ., East Stroudsburg, PA

FEB. 27   PA NASW Eastern Division, Cedar Crest College 

FEB. 18   Jefferson University Medical School, Grand Rounds for Anesthesiologists, Philadelphia, PA

FEB. 16  Stevens Ministry  St. Martins in the Fields, Philadelphia, PA 

FEB. 11 Red Cross House ,  Philadelphia. PA

FEB. 4  Division of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Administration  Hospital,  Philadelphia, PA

FEB. 2  Jefferson University Medical School, Schwartz Rounds, Philadelphia, PA

JAN. 27 CAREgivers Screening with Paper Tigers –ACE FILM FESTIVAL, WHYY Studios, Philadelphia, PA

JAN. 22 Women Against Abuse –  Philadelphia, PA

2015  Highlights

DEC. 11-17 –Red Rivers Theatres, Concord, NH (see:  http://www.redrivertheatres.org )

DEC. 7 –The Free Library of Philadelphia, sponsored by Mothers in Charge and others

DEC. 4 – Wordsworth and The Alliance, Philadelphia, PA

NOV. 11-Temple University – classroom presentation of Hospice Portraits

NOV. 3 –American Public Health Conference Film Festival, Chicago, IL

OCT. 23 AND 25 –Orlando International Film Festival, Orlando, FL

OCT. 2 – Osher Life Long Learning Institute (OLLI), Philadelphia, PA

AUG. 9 –Screening for caregiving professionals, Home of Linda and Frank Toia: Lansdale, PA

JULY 11 –Donor and Supporters Screening, Melody Vision Studio: Plymouth Meeting, PA

JUNE 25 –Youth Services Bureau, Philadelphia, PA

MAY 9– Wordsworth Fundraiser, Hiway Theatre, Jenkintown, PA 

MAY 5—Artwell and the Health Federation of Philadelphia

MARCH 24 –Bryn Mawr College—“Hospice Portraits”

 

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