Over 4 weeks, two women with Parkinson’s were given
the challenge of working with a professional choreographer.
Together, we follow their journey in this inspiring and touching
film on the art of caring.
Kim Bartlett has been living with Parkinson’s for eight years. She has enjoyed dancing on a recreational basis since she was little.
Barbara Harbert was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease five years ago. She regularly attends dance classes held by Parkinson En Mouvement.
Anne Lebeau is a professional dancer and choreographer. She was a caregiver to her mother, who lived with Parkinson’s for almost 20 years.
We believe that those living with Parkinson’s disease shouldn’t have to go it alone. Through us, they can find the care and support they need to continue to thrive and live a full, happy life. With Unison, we wanted to capture the impact that caring can have and how, when we unite our efforts, there’s no limit to what we can accomplish.