Love Is Listening: Dementia Without Loneliness

At a time when 75% of people in America know someone with dementia, few people know how to connect with people in this condition in emotionally meaningful ways, including their friends and loved ones.


Love Is Listening: Dementia Without Loneliness brings globally recognized authorities in the arts, science, and spiritual traditions together to reveal how we can move from fear to being with people with dementia–indeed, with anyone who disturbs us.  This documentary marks a new day in our understanding of what it means to truly listen.

Love Is Listening: Dementia Without Loneliness premieres in December of 2018. Subscribe to our mailing list to get updated about distribution of the documentary.


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There is a Bridge

Our first documentary, There Is a Bridge, aired on PBS in 2007.


It challenges conventional notions of people with dementia and includes interviews with preeminent thinkers and poignant footage of family members, care partners, and students creating emotionally rich relationships with people with dementia.

See a touching scene from our first film, There is a Bridge

Hosted by former United States Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky, There Is a Bridge features Naomi Feil and Gladys Wilson. The Naomi and Gladys meeting has been viewed over 40 million times around the world.

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