STARR Classes on Healthy Relationships

STARR (Safety Training And Risk Reduction) is a systematic educational curriculum designed to teach individuals with intellectual, developmental, neurodivergent and/or mental health disabilities how to identify abuse, develop and maintain healthy relationships, and how to seek support when needed. Classes are Facilitated by Project CARE management in cooperation with members of our Self-Advocacy Team. Classes are available in monthly […]

Mind/Body/Art

Each month, this gallery experience explores the intersections of mental health, wellness, and art. Join a Self-Advocate from Project CARE, a program within the YWCA Greater Cincinnati, and a mindfulness expert from The Well for a discussion about art and mental health followed by a healing meditation or mind body practice.

Access Night at the Opera: Don Giovanni

Cincinnati Opera is proud to partner with CABVI and Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired to present a performance of Mozart’s Don Giovanni with a focus on accessibility, ensuring that audiences with diverse accessibility needs can have a fantastic night at the opera through the use of assistive technologies and accessibility offerings. While […]

Screening: “The Remarkable Life of Ibelin”

“The Remarkable Life of Ibelin” explores the life of Mats Steen, a Norwegian gamer known as “Ibelin” in the open-world game World of Warcraft, who passed away at 25 from a degenerative muscular disease. The film reveals, through animated reconstructions of his gameplay, blog narrations and interviews, the profound connections Mats forged in the virtual […]