15 percent of the homeless are Veterans. This award-winning documentary features three Women Veterans who got their lives back, after receiving help from the VA.
Vignettes showcase the wrong and right way of handling work related issues by CPAC Supervisors.
This video brought the crew to San Quentin prison in California to help tell the story of three Veterans who have been helped by the VA’s Veterans Justice Program.
Featuring a young host, we engage students in the Midwest about the Gateway Arch and Old Courthouse and show them the history awaiting them at these two St. Louis landmarks
Handling patients with Dementia can be challenging. These vignettes help caregivers learn the right and wrong way of caring for these types of patients.
NBC’s Jane Pauley narrates this award-winning documentary to help VA Providers, Veterans, and families understand unique issues facing women Veterans. Female Veterans share their stories to help other Veterans.
AT&T Account Managers are trained in the advantages of Direct Marketing to help customers grow their business.
This program enlightens the medical profession on unconscious bias and cultural competency when treating patients. Vignettes help viewers better understand their own possible bias.
Therapists are trained in a proven way to treat insomnia using Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Actors play the role of four different Veterans with real VA Therapists to show best practices.
Using a take-off of the Geek Squad, we use a comedic character, ESC Geek, to keep staff entertained and tuned in to important details in this four hour training video.
A video re-enactment of a helicopter rescue begins Air Evac’s program, “Mission Saving Lives.” Rural communities rely on Air Evac for emergency transport to hospitals.
Pharmacy thefts are everyone’s business. Often it’s an inside job. This video offers tips for keeping pharmacies safe.