RSVP for “Unseen”



How We’re Failing Parent Caregivers & Why It Matters

Many parent caregivers for children or adults who are disabled or medically complex are exhausted and isolated. Their mental and physical struggle is a public health crisis that costs us all. The “Unseen” documentary gives an unfiltered, honest glimpse into their lives to enable a change for millions of caregivers and their families.


For 70 years, The Arc of Oklahoma has worked to move the needle on what’s possible for Oklahomans with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. To spread awareness of how far we’ve come, as well as the work still to do, The Arc of Oklahoma is hosting a 70th Anniversary Kickoff event featuring a private screening of “Unseen.”  We hope you can join us to continue conversation around this important issue of family caregiving in our state.


Private Screening + Panel Discussion

Thursday, Nov. 10th

5:30 p.m.

Circle Cinema

10 S Lewis Ave. – Tulsa


Following the screening, we will hold a discussion panel with State Representative Jeff Boatman, Will’s House founder Jeanette O’Hara and parent caregiver Ann Morgan.

Caregiver well-being is a public health issue with downstream effects for families, employers, our healthcare system, and our economy — in short, it impacts our shared future. We must explore individual, organizational and policy-level solutions that will enable real, positive change for caregivers and their families.