National Human Services Assembly

Communications in a Time of Crisis

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Communications in a Time of Crisis

Human service organizations across the country are playing a uniquely challenging role as part of the nation’s response to COVID-19, delivering essential services during a constantly evolving public health crisis while planning for the long-term needs that communities will face in the recovery phase. Recognizing that the pandemic will place a strain on an already […]

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New Video Builds Awareness for Human Services in Illinois

Last year, we told you about the success of National Reframing Initiative partner Illinois Partners for Human Service’s digital marketing campaign, “Our Shared Human Story” (OSHS). OSHS “is a campaign aimed at increasing awareness of the sector and changing public perception of human services.” Illinois Partners, a statewide coalition of over 800 human service organizations, […]

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New Podcast Offers Framed Take on Early Childhood Development

As readers know, we’re always excited to see examples of reframing in action. So we were thrilled to learn about a new podcast series, The Brain Architects, from the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University. The Center, among other organizations, has long supported the FrameWorks Institute’s research on communications strategies for early childhood […]

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Capture the True Value of Human Services with Reframing

Increasingly, philanthropic and government partners are recognizing the true value that human service organizations provide to our communities by building everyone’s well-being. One of the latest instances is observed by Susan Dreyfus, president and CEO of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, in a December 18, 2019 “Commentary: Strengthening Human Services Community-Based Organizations” in […]

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Expert Reframes Early Childhood Development

We love seeing reframing used in different contexts and venues. So we were delighted to read a September 26, 2019 Brookings Institution/Brown Center Chalkboard article by Dr. Dana Suskind, “What cutting-edge neuroscience tells us about early childhood development,” that uses framing techniques to broaden the conversation about research on language and brain development. Suskind is […]

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