January 10, 1994
Media Contact:Debbie Bangledorf
Phone: (410) 955-6680
How do you choose a "safe" baby-sitter? What's the latest information on AIDS? How can a
family cope with teen-age pregnancy? These questions are among the many that experts from
The Johns Hopkins Children's Center can answer.
As a free public service, the Children's Center's community education office arranges for experts to address groups on a wide range of topics related to children and their health care. The audiences, which must have a minimum of 20 people, may be adults, adolescents or children. Speakers are available for clubs, classes or informal gatherings.
The enclosed brochure lists speakers and their topics, as well as information on how to obtain a speaker for a group meeting. Please use this brochure as a resource for story ideas or reprint it in your publication so your readers can use this free service. To arrange for a speaker, readers can call Lisa Laramee, community education coordinator, at (410) 9551412*
To interview someone about the Speakers Bureau--now in its seventh year-or to interview any of the speakers, call me at (410) 955-4948