It runs about an hour so it can be watched and discussed as a whole, or broken down into a 10-part series. Additional content about finances, driving, assessing needs, choosing housing, co-housing, and the role of the church, provide several additional sessions.
Anabaptist Disabilities Network has this DVD available in house for $10 plus shipping.
Adult children and their aging parents would also benefit from Missy Buchanan’s book published by Upper Room, 2015: Voices of Aging: Adult Children and Aging Parents Talk
The author invites both generations to hear each other’s concerns in paired conversations with God. Each conversation includes a scenario, scripture, prayer, and suggestions for considering and working through issues.
Written by long-time marriage and family counselors, Gerald and L. Marlene Kaufman, Necessary Conversations: Between Families and their Aging Parents, helps aging parents, adult children, other family members and care-givers to talk directly with one another about the decisions that lie ahead as parents age. Gerald and Marlene Kaufman offer workshops on this and other topics. Necessary Conversations is available for purchase online.