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Videos

Videos are a great way to raise awareness and share a story or experience. They are also a cost-effective way to connect with your supporters, volunteers, and donors. Videos can be a powerful way to show your organization's impact and needs.

YouTube


YouTube allows individuals and organizations to share and watch videos. It is a forum to distribute your organization's videos for free. Additionally, YouTube currently runs a nonprofit program - the YouTube Nonprofit Program - that allows organizations branding capabilities and increased uploading capacity, the option to drive fundraising through a Google Checkout "Donate" button, listing on the nonprofit channels and the nonprofit videos pages and the ability to add a call-to-action overlay on videos. Nonprofits must apply to be part of the YouTube Nonprofit Program. Below are examples of how some Ombudsmen have used YouTube to share videos.

Examples of Video Use in Promoting Ombudsman Programs


Support, Advocacy for Long-Term Care Residents and Family: Texas LTCOP talks to real family members, facility staff and residents

New Mexico State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Discusses Residents' Rights and the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program



Tennessee Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program on the news

Vermont Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

Washington State LTCOP Overview

Northern Virginia Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program

New Jersey Volunteer Recruitment Videos

Pennsylvania's Empowered Expert Residents (PEER) Recognition Luncheon

Watch this video of a Pennsylvania Empowered Expert Resident (PEER) graduation. It is an event that is supported in partnership with the State LTC Ombudsman Office, the local Area Agency on Aging, elected officials, community-based organizations and a long-term care facility, which provides refreshments.

Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency

Listen to Kentucky Ombudsmen talk about their interactions with nursing home residents and the important role of the long-term care Ombudsman program.

National Medical Report from Washington State

The purpose of Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is to protect and promote the rights of people who live in long-term care facilities, such as nursing homes, adult family homes and assisted living. The LTC Ombudsman aims to empower residents to become self-advocates and assure that resident rights as guaranteed by the state and federal law are upheld.

Florida What is an Ombudsman?

View additional videos from the Florida Ombudsman program here.

Idaho Volunteer Recruitment Video

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Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services