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The Key of G : Disability, Caregiving and Interdependence

Contributor(s): Arnold, Robert [film director.] | Kanopy (Firm).
Publisher: [San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2015Description: 1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 59 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound.Disc region: video file MPEG-4 Flash.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceSubject(s): INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES | SUPPORTED LIVING | CAREGIVERS | UNITED STATES OF AMERICAGenre/Form: Documentary films.Online resources: A Kanopy streaming video Click to see film | Cover Image Summary: The Key of G is an award-winning documentary about disability, caregiving and interdependence. The film follows Gannet, a charismatic 22-year-old with physical and developmental disabilities, as he leaves his mother's home to share an apartment with a close-knit group of artists and musicians who support him, not only as paid caregivers, but also as friends. "Together they create a uniquely successful model of supported living, and a compelling alternative to institutionalized care. Innovative... an artistic close-up of how family and friends help launch a young man with complex disabilities into his adult life." Kathy Martinez, Executive Director, World Institute on Disability.
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Originally produced by New Day Films in 2006.

The Key of G is an award-winning documentary about disability, caregiving and interdependence. The film follows Gannet, a charismatic 22-year-old with physical and developmental disabilities, as he leaves his mother's home to share an apartment with a close-knit group of artists and musicians who support him, not only as paid caregivers, but also as friends. "Together they create a uniquely successful model of supported living, and a compelling alternative to institutionalized care. Innovative... an artistic close-up of how family and friends help launch a young man with complex disabilities into his adult life." Kathy Martinez, Executive Director, World Institute on Disability.

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