‘Life is a Sacred Journey’
Weekly broadcast from Alzheimer’s Services of the East Bay. ASEB on the radio
‘A Day In The Life’
In the video project, “A Day In The Life”, four older adults in San Francisco share the story of what “home” means to them. Video on YouTube.
‘A Small World’
A novel by Swiss Author Martin Suter, a thriller involving a protagonist with Alzheimer’s.
‘Living in the Land of Limbo: Fiction and Poetry about Family Caregiving’
A collection edited by Carol Levine.
A sci-fi novel by William Nolan.
‘Waiting at the Gate: Creativity and Hope in the Nursing Home’
Articles about Drama Therapy with elders, edited by Susan L Sandel and David Read Johnson.
‘The World Without Us’
A wide-ranging exploration of what the world would be like without humans, by Alan Wiseman.
Georges and Anne are an elderly couple; Anne has a severe stroke and Georges struggles to care for her.
Away from Her
A couple’s marriage is tested by Alzheimer’s.
Harry and Tonto
An elderly widower and his cat travel across America in this road movie.
A movie that follows Iris Murdoch’s life and her affliction with Alzheimer’s. (IMDB plot summary)
Two siblings deal with their aging father.
A moving portrayal of a professor with early-onset Alzheimer’s.
The Straight Story
An elderly man needs to see his brother but cannot drive a car, so he takes a tractor.
Strangers in Good Company
Eight women on a broken bus tell their stories from their lives. A hybrid, sometimes called ‘Docufiction.’
Experiences of an aging couple visiting their children.
The Alzheimer’s Project
A four-part documentary series, 15 short supplemental films, and a website. From HBO, National Institute on Aging, and others.
Two documentary films by Frederick Wiseman:
The Last Letter
Based on a chapter of Vasily Grossman’s novel Life and Fate.
About the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital.