‘American Nurse’ Documentary Hits Theaters May 7-8

Nurse.com News
Saturday March 29, 2014
The world premiere screening of “The American Nurse” will take place May 7 at the American Film Institute’s Silver Theatre and Cultural Center in Silver Spring, Md., to coincide with National Nurses Week. The event is made possible by the American Nurses Foundation and Fresenius Kabi USA.

Following the event, the film will be released in 19 theaters in 10 states. The New York premiere takes place May 8 at the Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas in Manhattan. The film continues through May 15 at Digiplex Destinations Theaters throughout the country.

“The American Nurse” explores some of the biggest issues facing America — poverty, war, aging, prisons — through the work and lives of five RNs, all of whom will attend the May 7 premiere and the May 8 New York screening and participate in a discussion and Q&A alongside the filmmakers.

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Considering Assisted Living for A Family Member: An Insider’s Guide to Assisted Living

A guest posting from Ms. Dale Carter founder of Transition Aging Parents. She is a colleague dedicated to providing insight and information to adult children of aging parents so they may “thrive and find joy” in every stage of life!

Aging Parent? An Insider’s Guide to Assisted Living

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Caregivers of U.S. Military Wounded Uncared For

I am sharing a compelling story I recently read:

The needs of a military caregiver — a family member, friend, or acquaintance — who provides care and assistance for, or manages the care of, a current or former military service member are ignored and unmet.
By Alex Cukan | April 2, 2014 at 10:46 AM