Almost Home Film in BROOKLYN!
Almost Home aired back in 2006, but that was just the beginning…
We saw how the film spoke to so many people either afraid of dealing with aging issues, or overwhelmed with the care of their parents or a loved one.
We’ve been working all over the country to put the film to work — screening it with community audiences, then following up with discussion groups facilitated by local experts who can answer questions and point people to help right nearby.
The topics usually include caregiving, changing the negative culture built up around aging, and end of life.
Now, I made the film, so of course I think its great. (But rest assured, a lot of people have said the same). So come for the film, stay for the discussion, leave with a clearer sense of how you can deal with issues that aging may present to you in your life now, or down the road.
Saturday, March 13th
Park Slope United Methodist Church (6th avenue and 8th street)
Sunday, March 14th
Union Temple (at Grand Army Plaza)
10am – 1pm (with some food served)
Hope to see you there…..and please, spread the word.