Documentary: None of Us Want to Stand Still
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About the Event
Please join us for a virtual showing of None of Us Want to Stand Still, an informative film in development over the last two and a half years!
The 20-minute documentary was produced by Sarah Ailey and Molly Bathje from Rush University in collaboration with Still Point Theater Collective’s Lisa Wagner-Carolloand Adam Villani. The video shares challenges faced by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the health care system, and features solutions that have been implemented at Rush University and Georgetown University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities.
The screening includes a Q&A session with specific areas of focus, where participants can submit questions to the panelists.
Area of focus: Clinical Services
Moderator: Molly Bathje, Assistant Professor Department of Occupational Therapy, Rush University
Panelists: Sarah Ailey, Professor College of Nursing, Rush University; Kim Bullock, Associate Professor Family Medicine, Georgetown University; Matt Mason, Former Project Director DDA Health Initiative Washington DC, Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University; Doreen Bestolarides, Developmental Disabilities Nurse, Dignity Health, St. Joseph’s Medical Center; Marisa Brown, Founder & Initial Director of the DC Developmental Disabilities Health Initiative, a partnership between DC Disability Services Administration and Georgetown UCEDD