View a free screening of Alive Inside—winner of the 2014 Audience Award at the Sun-dance Film Festival—a documentary that demonstrates the power of music in the lives of older Americans with Alzheimer’s disease. The film depicts the power of human connection through music, and demonstrates the value of lives impaired by illness and age. Following the screening, participants can join an interactive discussion lead by Dr. Kerry Burnight, UCI Professor of Geriatric Medicine and founder and CEO of Ageless Alliance: United Against Elder Abuse.
Alive Inside: A Screening and Discussion of the Award-Winning Documentary
Ageless Alliance: United Against Elder Abuse is a nationwide non-profit organization that actively elevates age-related issues, such as aging with dignity and elder abuse, to the forefront of our nation’s consciousness. Founded on the essential tenets of awareness, advocacy, and action, Ageless Alliance strives for collective action for the support of aging in American society.
Thanks to UCI Illuminations, the event is free and there will be refreshments afterwards. Register early as seating is limited and forward this opportunity to your friends as the film is great for ages 3 and up!
- When: Wednesay, April 6, 2016, 6pm – 8pm
- Where: Crystal Cove Auditorium
- Organizer: Julia Lupton (email)