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The Genius of Marian: Filmmaker Interview

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Filmmakers Banker White and Anna Fitch discuss the making of The Genius of Marian. Continue


The Genius of Marian: I Think About It All The Time

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Luke tells his mother that he thinks about what she's going through all the time. Continue


The Genius of Marian: Medication

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Pam is having trouble accepting her Alzheimer's diagnosis and her son Luke -- a fourth year resident in Psychiatry -- struggles to get her to take the medication the doctor has prescribed. Continue


The Genius of Marian: And I Don’t

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Pam and Banker discuss the everyday things she's unable to do on her own. Continue


When I Walk: You Have to Hear the Geese

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In this clip from When I Walk, Alice goes on a hike for the first time in two years to relieve some of the stress of caring for Jason. Continue


When I Walk: Scooting Around

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In this clip from When I Walk, Alice and Jason both ride scooters around the Guggenheim Museum on their fourth date. Continue


When childcare costs more than college

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PBS NewsHour
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PBS NewsHour economics correspondent Paul Solman speaks with three mothers about their struggles to pay for childcare. Continue


Caring at the End | Promo

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As our loved ones near the end of their lives, the difficulty in comforting them reverberates in the lives of family members and caretakers: a woman with young children must find balance as she cares for her ailing mother; a look at the intimate bond between patient and caretaker; the story of a man who personifies “in sickness and in health”; and how the power of music can awaken sleeping minds. Continue


Caring at the End

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Local, USA
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As our loved ones near the end of their lives, the difficulty in comforting them reverberates in the lives of family members and caretakers: a woman with young children must find balance as she cares for her ailing mother; a look at the intimate bond between patient and caretaker; the story of a man who personifies “in sickness and in health”; and how the power of music can awaken sleeping minds. Continue


Ask the Expert: Caring for Your Aging Parent

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Next Avenue
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She wrote the book on eldercare, and then her mother got sick. Continue


The Genius of Marian: That's Not Going to Happen

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Ed White talks about his marriage and how his role has changed since Pam got sick. Continue


The Genius of Marian: I'm Really Worried About Him

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Ed starts to share some of what has been difficult about adapting to Pam's new situation and Devon expressing concern that he might not be also taking care of himself. Continue


The Genius of Marian: Never Happened Before

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Pam's youngest son Luke, who lives four hours away from the family, describes his mother's advancing Alzheimer's. Continue


When I Walk: What Happens When I Can't Eat My Food?

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In this clip from When I Walk, Alice and Jason discuss the future of their relationship after Jason experiences health setbacks. Continue


When I Walk: Filmmaker Interview

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Jason DaSilva and Alice Cook discuss the making of the film When I Walk. Continue


Rachel Is | Promo

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America Reframed
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Rachel wants what most people her age want - to move out of her mother's house. This dream of independence seems impossible as Rachel, who is developmentally disabled, can't be left alone and the social services needed for her to live an "adult life" are unavailable. _Rachel Is_ is an honest, heartbreaking and funny film about parenthood, disability, and the universal struggle for happiness. Continue


The Genius of Marian - Trailer

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When Pam White is diagnosed at age 61 with early-onset Alzheimer’s, her family grapples with the disease alongside her, and her eldest son attempts to recover her memories by recording conversations in this visually rich, poignant film. Continue


Saying Goodbye to the Band

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Diagnosed with dementia at 50, she must give up performing. Continue


Teaching Fatherhood

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In Milwaukee, Delvyn Crawford teaches men how to be responsible fathers in a community where two out of three children are raised by single parents. Continue


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