My Home Life DVD

The My Home Life DVD website contains a series of films, looking at the eight themes. Each film is split into two parts: a case study and a question about the film answered by a series of experts (you can also view the films below). The films are designed to promote discussion and we have included a forum to allow you to add your own comments and suggestions about the issues raised by the films. Additionally, there is a worksheet available to print out to help the debate.

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My Home Life DVD films

For your reference, the films from the DVD site are also available below.

An introduction to My Home Life
An introduction to My Home Life
My Home Life - A word from Des Kelly OBE
My Home Life - A word from Des Kelly OBE
Maintaining Identity: case study
Maintaining Identity: case study
Maintaining Identity: expert view
Maintaining Identity: expert view
Creating Community: case study
Creating Community: case study
Creating Community: expert view
Creating Community: expert view
Sharing Decision-making: case study
Sharing Decision-making: case study
Sharing Decision-making expert view
Sharing Decision-making expert view
Managing Transitions: case study
Managing Transitions: case study
Managing Transitions expert view
Managing Transitions expert view
Improving Health & Healthcare: case study
Improving Health & Healthcare: case study
Improving Health & Healthcare: expert view
Improving Health & Healthcare: expert view
Supporting Good End of Life: case study
Supporting Good End of Life: case study
Supporting Good End of Life: expert view
Supporting Good End of Life: expert view
Keeping Workforce Fit for Purpose: case study
Keeping Workforce Fit for Purpose: case study
Keeping Workforce Fit for Purpose: expert view
Keeping Workforce Fit for Purpose: expert view
Promoting a Positive Culture: case study
Promoting a Positive Culture: case study
Promoting a Positive Culture: expert view
Promoting a Positive Culture: expert view


Download films

You can download each film by right clicking the links below, and choosing ‘Save as…’. We recommend you download VLC to play these films.

You can also download the films directly from Vimeo by clicking on the title of the film. There is an option to download the original file in the bottom right hand corner (look for “About this video”). You will need to join Vimeo as a member before downloading the films (you can do this for free).