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Work of Art

Kay & Jon’s new song helps to see it’s possible to live well with dementia, and – perhaps – see ourselves as works of art.

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Where’ve You Been?

When Kathy Mattea first sang, “Where’ve You Been”, she wondered to herself, “Do people want to hear this on the way to work?”

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Still Mine

INSPIRING MOVIE: “Still Mine” is the true story of an 87-year-old strawberry farmer & cattle rancher. Craig will do anything for his wife Irene, weakened by dementia. Fighting authorities, watch his battle to build an unauthorized dementia-friendly house on his farm.

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Son, What is That?

POWERFUL, MEANINGFUL, SHORT FILM – This little movie will move you in a wonderful way. It’s about a son, his father with dementia, and the incredible power of love.

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A Holiday to Remember

Watch this heartwarming story about a woman’s holiday journey. She gifts her grandmother with Alzheimer’s the memories from years past. All told from the front-seat of a classic Chevrolet Suburban.

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