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How We’ve Failed Parent Caregivers

Amanda and Tom Dyer join the Empowered Caregiver to talk their new documentary film, “UNSEEN – How We’ve Failed Parent Caregivers and Why it Matters.”

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Jessica Ronne on life after ‘Unseen’ and building her son’s village

As National Family Caregivers Month kicks off, we catch up with the mother behind a documentary exposing the challenges faced by many parents caring for disabled or medically complex children Learn More

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National Family Caregivers Month is a time to be seen, heard, and loved

As a hospice chaplain, I visit patients and their families as they are in their last months and days of life. It is humbling. Whether they’re at home or in Learn More

Unseen: Are Caregivers Misunderstood and Overlooked?

Lucas Ronne was a miracle baby, surviving against all odds with severe hydrocephalus. Now a teenager, he requires help bathing, eating, and moving.

‘Unseen’ Shows Difficult Truths in the Lives of Parent Caregivers

Local filmmakers Amanda and Tom Dyer dedicated three years to making their new documentary

Open Line: How are we failing parent caregivers to disabled children?

Ben Hall sits down with Tom and Amanda Dyer to discuss how society is failing parent caregivers of children with special needs on this episode of OpenLine.

Local on 2: Nashville filmmakers talk award-winning ‘Unseen’ documentary

WSMV 4: A new film called ‘Unseen’ is about family caregivers

Hope For the Caregiver Radio: Unseen – A New Documentary about a Caregiving Family

Tom and Amanda Dyer called the program to discuss their new documentary about a caregiving family titled “UNSEEN.”

“Bringing light to unseen parent caregivers, Charleston mom featured in forthcoming documentary”

cityCURRENT: Amanda and Tom Dyer highlight film, “Unseen: How We’re Failing Parent Caregivers and Why It Matters”

Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Amanda Dyer, Director and Producer, and Tom Dyer, Director and Cinematographer, who share the story of what led them produce the documentary film

“Nashville Filmmakers Shed Light on Caregivers in Unseen Documentary”

FASD Hope Podcast

Episode 127: “Unseen Documentary – A Conversation with Amanda and Tom Dyer“

The Spectrum Dad Podcast

“Unseen: Caregiver Documentary”

Not Your Mama’s Autism Podcast

“Caretaker Perspectives in Raw Form”

“‘Unseen’ documentarian was shocked at the reality for parents raising disabled children”

The Unforgotten Families Podcast

Episode 21: “‘Unseen: How We’re Failing Parent Caregivers & Why It Matters’ with Tom and Amanda Dyer”

Two Moms No Fluff Podcast

“‘Filmmakers Interview”

Press for Our Partners

Free screening of caregiver documentary ‘Unseen’ at Ross June 28

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Child, Youth and Family Studies Department, in partnership with Nebraska AARP, the Nebraska Brain Injury Alliance and the Nebraska Caregiver Coalition, will host a public in-person Learn More

Dialogue on Disability

WXXI Public Broadcasting Council (in the Greater Rochester Metro region) and Al Sigl Community of Agencies presented Unseen as part of their annual Dialogue on Disability community initiative.

“Caregiving Crisis Hits a Fever Pitch in Oklahoma”

“We feel unseen”

Documentary about parent caregivers coming to Billings, MT

“Documentary on parent caregivers sheds light on need for local nonprofit”

The event was hosted by Life House Atlanta (LHA), a nonprofit founded in 2018 to be a specialized home-away-from-home where families can bring their child with life-limiting illness for a Learn More

“Life House Atlanta to premiere documentary on unseen caregiver crisis”

In commemoration of the organization’s 70th anniversary and National Family Caregivers Month, The Arc of Oklahoma will be screening the film Unseen at the Circle Cinema on November 10

“Gaston County mother sheds light on caregiving for children with disabilities during awareness month”

November is also recognized as National Family Caregivers Month. During the engagement events, ECAC spotlighted caregivers who feel unseen in their communities, including those caring for a child with disabilities.

“Documentary explores challenges faced by parent caregivers of children with disabilities”

The documentary will be shown in West Michigan thanks to The Lucas Project, in partnership with Gracious Grounds, Disability Network Lakeshore (DNL), Homes Giving Hope, and Kenzie’s Be Cafe.

“Caregivers, supporters invited to view ‘Unseen’”

As part of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month for March, caregivers and community supporters are invited to view the 40-minute film, “Unseen: How We’re Failing Parent Caregivers & Why It Matters” Learn More

“UNSEEN” Documentary Sheds Light on the Challenges Faced by Parent Caregivers for family members living with disabilities.”

On May 10, at 6:30 PM, Family Support Network of Central Carolina (FSNCC) and Peacehaven Farm are proudly hosting a screening of the new documentary “UNSEEN: How We’re Failing Parent Learn More

Two Triad organizations host screening of “Unseen

Family Support Network of Central Carolina (FSNCC) and Peacehaven Farm are proudly hosting a screening of the new documentary “UNSEEN: How We’re Failing Parent Caregivers & Why It Matters.”