Panel Discussion To Follow With Subjects Featured In Film And Local Alzheimer's Caregivers
SAN FRANCISCO, April 27 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: The community is invited to attend a FREE advance screening and panel discussion of HBO Documentary Films' THE ALZHEIMER'S PROJECT - Caregivers on Friday, May 1 at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, CA. The films director, Bill Couturie and producer, Anne Sandkuhler will be featured guests along with a distinguished panel of local caregivers, advocates and healthcare providers. Caregivers is a collection of five family portraits that illustrate caring for different stages of Alzheimer's disease. Each highlights the sacrifices, struggles and successes made by those experiencing their loved ones' descent into dementia. California First Lady Maria Shriver, along with Sheila Nevins, serve as executive producer of the series. THE ALZHEIMER'S PROJECT debuts May 10. For more information, go to: HBO.com/Alzheimers. WHEN: FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2009 11:30 AM - Doors Open 12:00 PM - Screening 12:50 PM - Panel Discussion with Caregivers, Advocates & Healthcare Providers WHERE: WARNER BROTHERS STUDIOS: Gate 3, Barham Blvd. WHO: Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez: Father featured in film Marianne Gardner: Caregiver Chuck Jackson: Featured in film; Alzheimer's Advocate Terry McKenna: Featured in film; Caregiver Cordula Dick Muehlke: Executive Director, Alzheimer Family Service INFO: The public is invited to this free event & must RSVP at 888.745.7425 or online: https://homeboxoffice.com/rsvp/alzheimersWB
|SOURCE HBO Corporate Affairs & Regional PR|
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