About the film
What Do You See? by Amanda Waring is a 7-minute film that illustrates the need for more compassion and care in the treatment of the infirm.
The program highlights the importance of seeing every patient as an individual, interacting with them, and treating them with compassion. It also discusses the importance of emotional care in alignment with medical care.
What Do You See? follows a day in the life of an elderly stoke victim, played by noted actress Virginia McKenna, who makes a silent but heartfelt plea for her caregivers to notice her.
This influential and moving program is critical for every healthcare organization that works with the elderly or infirm.
By recalling the information and discussing its application, the messages will stay with the viewer long after the session's conclusion. When groups of people learn together, the results can be astounding!
What Do You See? Support Materials will be provided on the DVD including:
Healthcare Discussion Questions, Quotes & Statements About Caring, Kindness and Aging, PowerPoint™ Presentation and Transcript.
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About Amanda Waring
Amanda is a English actress, film director, producer, highly respected speaker and passionate campaigner for improving care. After witnessing the lack of compassionate and dignified care that her mother, Dame Dorothy Tutin, experienced during her treatment for leukemia, Amanda was determined to make a film that would highlight the need for respect for the elderly. Her award winning, powerfully emotional film What Do You See? starring Virginia McKenna, has been used in dignity trainings around the world. Amanda speaks frequently at conferences and workshops, and sits on many advisory boards.