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And Thou Shalt Honor
As seen on PBS, And Thou Shalt Honor is the complete two-hour original broadcast, including all of the profiles and interviews. The groundbreaking PBS special And Thou Shalt Honor brings…
Beloved Strangers
Four million people in America now suffer from Alzheimer's disease, and with the aging of the Boomers, the prevalence of Alzheimer's is expected to double within the next decade. Caring…
In Sickness and In Health
Unexpected illness can strike a family at any time. In this video, three different families share their insights and pain on caring for and living with a major illness. George…
Separated by Time and Distance
Nearly 7 million Americans are long-distance caregivers for their loved ones. This video explores several dilemmas and solutions to dealing with caregiving from afar. Also features the services of Rona…
Respite Care - Caring for the Caregiver
Without scheduled respite, caregivers run the risk of burnout, exhaustion or other stress-related illness, thus endangering the very person they are caring for. Caregiver support groups, retreats, adult day care…
Spiritual Caregiving
Caregiving involves not just the body and mind but also the spirit. Religious communities pay particular attention to enriching the spiritual component of their caregiving programs, each in its own…
The Aging Game
Helping medical students prepare for careers in the field of gerontology, Dr. Jim Pacala, Dean of the University of Minnesota Medical School, introduces these eager clinicians to the world of…
The Green House Project
The Green House Projects are modeled on the vision of Dr. Bill Thomas to build more humane living centers for frail elders. The centers seek to create an atmosphere where…
Voices from the Trenches
This program examines the relationship between Certified Nursing Assistants and those they care for at home and in care facilities. These foot soldiers of caregiving don't mince words in their…
Every American’s Guide to Long-Term Care Insurance
Thanks to innovations in health and science, human beings now live longer than ever before. But at what cost? Without advanced planning, the expenses of long-term care can be overwhelming.…
Getting Around - Alternatives for Seniors Who No Longer Drive
With host Jerry Mathers, the star of the original Leave It to Beaver TV series, Getting Around - Alternatives for Seniors Who No Longer Drive tackles the challenge of developing…

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Respite Care - Caring for the Caregiver
Without scheduled respite, caregivers run the risk of burnout, exhaustion or other stress-related illness, thus endangering the very person they are caring for. Caregiver support groups, retreats, adult day care and anger management groups are just some of the tools that enable caregivers to cope. Featuring Dr. Donna Benton, creator…
Beloved Strangers
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Spiritual Caregiving
Caregiving involves not just the body and mind but also the spirit. Religious communities pay particular attention to enriching the spiritual component of their caregiving programs, each in its own way. Perhaps no other aspect of caregiving is as infinitely varied as the spiritual, and there is much to learn…
Every American’s Guide to Long-Term Care Insurance
Thanks to innovations in health and science, human beings now live longer than ever before. But at what cost? Without advanced planning, the expenses of long-term care can be overwhelming. Phyllis Shelton, a leading authority in long-term care insurance, explains the essentials Americans must consider to protect themselves, their children…
The Green House Project
The Green House Projects are modeled on the vision of Dr. Bill Thomas to build more humane living centers for frail elders. The centers seek to create an atmosphere where both staff and residents are treated with respect and dignity. This 25-minute video, funded by a grant from the Hulda…
The Aging Game
Helping medical students prepare for careers in the field of gerontology, Dr. Jim Pacala, Dean of the University of Minnesota Medical School, introduces these eager clinicians to the world of their patients. In The Aging Game, the students become patients, young become old, and these doctors-in-training see meal-time in the…
Voices from the Trenches
This program examines the relationship between Certified Nursing Assistants and those they care for at home and in care facilities. These foot soldiers of caregiving don't mince words in their descriptions of caregiving. Underpaid, over worked and under appreciated, nursing assistants from Minnesota, Florida, and New York describe the frustration…
In Sickness and In Health
Unexpected illness can strike a family at any time. In this video, three different families share their insights and pain on caring for and living with a major illness. George and Nancy Mairs circular care for one another has seen them through thirty years of illness, encompassing Nancy's MS and…
Getting Around - Alternatives for Seniors Who No Longer Drive
With host Jerry Mathers, the star of the original Leave It to Beaver TV series, Getting Around - Alternatives for Seniors Who No Longer Drive tackles the challenge of developing mobility options and helping older, at-risk drivers plan for and transition to life-after-driving. Santa Monica, California, was the site of…
Separated by Time and Distance
Nearly 7 million Americans are long-distance caregivers for their loved ones. This video explores several dilemmas and solutions to dealing with caregiving from afar. Also features the services of Rona Bartelstone, one of the founders of Geriatric Care Managers in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
"Bob, I'm Really Busy": The Impact of Impersonal Care on the Well-Being of Persons Living with Dementia
Through five short trigger scenarios involving assistance for a person living with dementia, this DVD presents care situations that will open up discussion on how best to provide resident-specific support and assistance. Each brief scenario is designed to demonstrate the impact of a caregiver's tone, actions, and level of sensitivity…