A documentary that looks at care provision in England for three elderly Deaf people. Beatrice has been living alone since her son died and looks forward to visits from her SignHealth worker... See full summary »

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Camilla Arnold

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Camilla Arnold

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A documentary that looks at care provision in England for three elderly Deaf people. Beatrice has been living alone since her son died and looks forward to visits from her SignHealth worker. Stephen is in his 90s and would like to live in a residential home but is torn between choosing a care home in London near his friends or the nearest home for Deaf people, which is in Kent. Meanwhile, Alan, who has Parkinson's, has moved into Wynfield House, a care home for Deaf people in Blackpool, where his wife visits three times a week. Directed by Camilla Arnold, filmed and produced by Louis Neethling for Mutt & Jeff Pictures. Written by Arnold, Camilla (I)

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20 May 2013 (UK) See more »

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