Office for Persons with Disabilities
 

 

Unseen

About the Film

Unseen: How We're Failing Parent Caregivers & Why It Matters

The demands of daily life and chronic stress can negatively affect the mental and physical wellbeing of parents caring for a child or adult with disabilities or complex medical needs. Facing isolation, uncertainty about the future, and a lack of options, caregivers often feel alone in their struggle.

If parent caregivers are ever going to get the support and resources they deserve, they first have to be seen and heard. Through the power of unfiltered, compelling human stories, Unseen cultivates compassion and tangible support for the caregivers in our communities.

Join us for Family Caregivers Month and watch the Movie Unseen:

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27 at 2:00PM

WIL-O-WAY UNDERWOOD

10602 UNDERWOOD PARKWAY

WAUWATOSA, WI

Your Voice Matters

Milwaukee County will be putting a Panel together to get input from the community on caregiving and their struggles in their day to day lives. In addition community resources will be available. 

Register

This is a free event to attend, but registration is required. We will have a registration form for in person viewing at Wil-O-Way Underwood, and a virtual option for those that are not able to attend in person. The Virtual Option will be able to be seen November 27th- November 29th. 

In Person Registration

Virtual Encore Registration

FAQ

How long is the film?

It is approximately 46 minutes long.

Are captions available?

Yes, you will have the option to turn on captions in English or Spanish.

Can I watch on my TV or another device?

Yes! When you receive your ticket link by email, you can open it on any device. Here are some tips for watching on your TV.

Why isn't the film playing?

The film is only available to view during the screening period.

About Milwaukee County

Our Vision
In Milwaukee County, we are taking an all-hands approach to realizing our vision that by achieving racial equity, Milwaukee is the healthiest county in Wisconsin. Together we will dismantle institutional racism in our organization and build up policies, practices and a culture that ensures race no longer predicts health outcomes, and outcomes for everyone improve.

See Progress in Action
Milwaukee County is committed to achieving racial equity and driving change to become the healthiest County in Wisconsin. We believe in transparency on our progress toward this ambitious vision, which has led to the creation of the strategy dashboard.

The strategy dashboard is a performance management tool to hold us, Milwaukee County, accountable to achieving our vision. It showcases metrics that we are seeking to improve as we believe these metrics are essential to measuring the health of our county.

Visit the Strategy Dashboard Here

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MILWAUKEE COUNTY OFFICE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

1220 W. Vliet Street, Room 302
Milwaukee, WI 53205
(414) 278-3932 (voice), (414) 278-3939 (fax), 711 (TRS)

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