Join Us for a Free Screening of Fast-Forward, a Film About Aging
If you see your family’s future, would you change anything? Fast-Forward, a documentary film narrated by Rosario Dawson and featuring Music & Memory, follows four millennials and their parents as they travel through time to meet their future selves. Wearing an MIT-produced *aging empathy suit* and working with professional make-up artists, they grapple with the realizations, conversations and mindset required to age successfully.
On behalf of Music & Memory, we would like to thank you for participating in the Fast-Forward documentary screening and the March 26th Q&A session with Fast-Forward Director Michael Eric Hurtig, and music therapy pioneer Dr. Concetta Tomaino. Please let fill out this brief survey and let us know how we did.
Having over 1,500 registered participants for this event demonstrates just how vital Music & Memory’s mission is for people suffering from a range of challenging conditions including dementia associated with aging.
Fast-Forward will be available on the PBS website for FREE until the end of April 2021. Click here to watch the film again: https://www.pbs.org/video/fast-forward-eldngj/.
For those who missed the Q&A with Dr. Tomaino and Mr. Hurtig, click here to view this engaging and informative discussion: https://vimeo.com/530108740/6d43fbd6bb.
For those who would like to help us continue our mission, in support of events like Fast-Forward and for our outreach to over 5,000 skilled nursing, assisted living and home-based organizations throughout the world, please consider donating to Music & Memory today: DONATE
THANK YOU for your enduring support.
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