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  1. Good Shepherd Manor's onsite McAllister Infirmary provides compassionate and individual care to each of the residents. It includes six monitored patient beds, two medical isolation rooms, two fully-equipped medical exam rooms and a large physical therapy room. Nursing staff is on-site during all waking hours and on call around the clock. The medical director, podiatrist, psychiatrist and other specialists provide services on a regular basis.

    Producer/Director: Laura Szymber
    Camera: Brian Kallies
    Editor: Laura Szymber

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  2. Good Shepherd Manor is a residential facility for men with developmental disabilities in Momence, IL. The Brothers of the Good Shepherd and the staff of professional personnel are involved with the high standards of caring for the residents.
    The Manor offers academic and vocational stimulation to prevent regression and to develop skills. Programs and daily activities for the men to stimulate the body, mind and spirit include broad range health care, instruction in academics, functional life skills, leisure and living skills, vocational training, regular recreation in a large gymnasium and on an athletic field, and Special Olympics competition
    For more information, please visit: goodshepherdmanor.org

    Producer/Director: Laura Szymber
    Camera: Brian Kallies, Tom Desch
    Editors: Wayne Kumingo, Laura Szymber

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  3. We followed J.J., one of Good Shepherd Manor's most charming residents, to see what a day in life is like for him.

    Producer/Director: Laura Szymber
    Camera: Tom Desch
    Sound/Production Assistant: Collin Welch
    Editors: Tom Desch, Laura Szymber

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  4. Jimmy Clay (Lawrence Grimm), a bartender at a classic Chicago tavern, begins a typical quiet afternoon shift lost in his crossword puzzle . Soon enough, his first patron, William (Danny Goldring), drifts in, a worn and sullen old man who has much to say about the modern state of being.

    While the patron prattles on, Jimmy becomes acutely irritated by this man's demand that things be done so particularly, or that otherwise, "things are lost."

    The bombastic entrance of a cellphone-addicted day-trader only intensifies a developing crisis, fueled by a maddening drink request that propels the bartender to wit's end.

    Director: Dean Berdusis
    Written by: Bradley J. Taylor
    Producer: Laura Szymber
    Executive Producer: Michael D. Ruggiero
    Director of Photography & Editor: Brian Kallies
    Production Design: Janie Goldstein
    Original Music & Sound Design by: Brando Triantafillou, Soundcake

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  5. Approximately 300,000 children under the age of 18 are affected by pediatric arthritis and rheumatologic conditions. The Arthritis Foundation created Camp J.A.M. (Juvenile Arthritis and Me) as a weekend retreat for children ages 8-17 with any form of rheumatic disease including juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, lupus, and juvenile dematomyositis.

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