A decade in the making, a young filmmaker confronts addiction, family, and memory as he chronicles his father’s journey to recover lost memories following a traumatic brain injury. Using experimental approaches with projected installations he attempts to find those missing memories in hopes of finding the dad he used to know. As memories return in the form of dreams the family struggles with acceptance of this new version of their father. The documentary will be viewed at the conference with the opportunity for open discussions with Todd and Tim O’Donnell.
Occupational Therapy Practitioners use everyday life activities (also known as: occupations) with clients of all ages to support occupational performance and participation. Our services are provided for clients who have or are at risk for developing an illness, injury, disease, disorder, condition, impairment, disability, activity limitation, or participation restriction. Through the provision of skilled services and engagement in everyday activities, occupational therapy promotes physical health, mental health, and overall well-being by supporting occupational performance and engagement in meaningful activities.
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