Film screening of Care


Thursday, October 26, 2017
6 pm screening, followed by community discussion and reception

University of Maryland School of Social Work
525 W. Redwood Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Join us for a public screening of the award-winning documentary Care. This film pulls back the curtain on the poignant and largely hidden world of in-home elder care. Beautifully shot and deeply moving, the film reveals the deep bonds that form between paid care workers and elders while exposing the cracks in the U.S. care system. At a moment of great division in our country, Care highlights an issue that affects us all – urban and rural, immigrant and native born, red state and blue. Providing quality care for an aging population will require reimagining how we value and compensate care workers and how we support families who need their services.
This screening is co-hosted by:
Action in Maturity
Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers
Baltimore City Health Department Division of Aging & CARE services
Caroline Center
Consumer Health First
Disability Rights Maryland
Geriatrics and Gerontology Education and Research Program, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Image Center
Jews United For Justice
National Domestic Workers Alliance 
PhD Program in Gerontology at UMB/UMBC
Public Justice Center
Social Work Community Outreach Service
St. Mary’s Outreach Center
University of Maryland School of Social Work

The event is supported by Consumer Health Foundation.

Admission is free, but reservations strongly encouraged:
By October 19, 2017 to Jennifer Pelton: