October 24 / 6:30pm / Great Room
From Amazon.com: “Love Is Listening: Dementia Without Loneliness will open your heart to a new way of being with people with dementia-a way that turns awkward to flow, isolation to intimacy, and loneliness to companionship. Although 70% of us know someone with dementia, many still struggle to connect with those in this condition. This documentary begins a journey from fear to presence.”
From memorybridge.org: “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.”
Join us for a screening of the film followed by conversation with producer Michael Verde. Questions? Contact Rev. Carolyn Clifton.
Parking Info: The film will be shown in our Great Room. The best/closest parking will be in the back parking lot near the Chapel and Methodist Activity Center.