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Being There

Helping caregivers see their place in the story.

Does anyone care that you are caring? Mike does, and he wants to help you see your place in the story.

We are all Caregivers. Kids, adults, neighbors, friends, doctors, patients. Follow the journey of 9 Caregivers, as they work with health narrative specialist Mike Lang to create a Digital Story about their experience. These stories explore what it truly means to be there for the people in our lives.

Roadwest Pictures Inc.

Roadwest Pictures, collaborating with Centre Pin Media & Director Mike Lang, are heavily involved in telling powerful stories in health care. Over the past 8 years, Mike has worked with hundreds of patients, family members and health care providers, from across all injury and illness groups, to create Digital Stories of their experiences. This collaboration is founded on the understanding that good stories, well told, can change the fabric of modern health care systems.

Project Details

Release Date January 18, 2018
Content Component(s) Webisodes
Episode(s) 9 x 10 mins
Genre(s) Documentary
Language(s) English
Target Audience(s) Adults
Health & Wellness Subject Area(s) Chronic Disease Management, Clinical Care, Family Life, Health Education, Lifestyle Management, Mental Health, Social Participation
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