I hope that PBS, the BBC and God knows who else picks up for wide distribution a terrific new movie called "I Remember Better When I Paint,'' about using the arts to connect with, energize and calm people with Alzheimer's disease.
My wife and I saw the film at Boston University Tuesday night.
The city was its usual cold, windy and often unfriendly self (including an angry cab driver who doubled the usual distance of our ride back to South Station and nearly killed us by driving at about 60 miles an hour as he swerved through downtown Boston).
But the film was heart-warming.
With the rush of the Baby Boomers into senior citizenship, it's particularly important.
There are nonpharmacological treatments for people with dementia that have been too little used.
You can learn a lot more about them by seeing this moving film, shot in America and France.
To the famed national programming department at WGBH, in Boston, which orginates a lot of PBS programs: Please see this film.