The Remaining Light is a journey through an often-invisible part of Canada's health care system. Set against the backdrop of an aging population, the film explores what it means to age and die with dignity. Seniors, their families, and experts in the field -- including those who work day-to-day with seniors -- talk about the services and supports that are needed, where we are failing, and their hopes for a stronger and more dignified approach to caring for the elderly.
Find out more: policyalternatives.ca/bcseniors
The film is presented by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the Hospital Employees' Union.
It is based in part on research conducted through the Economic Security Project, a research partnership led by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Simon Fraser University, and funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Funding for the film was provided by Vancity and the Hospital Employees' Union.
Produced by Goh Iromoto (gohiromoto.com) & Shannon Daub
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