LAI Video reports that its feature-length documentary on stroke awareness, A Teachable Moment, is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. According to LAI, for nearly a year since the film’s completion, the documentary “played for thousands of audience members at private screenings across the country. The documentary has inspired stroke survivors with inspirational, firsthand accounts of recovery, as well as educated the public with proactive lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of a stroke.  When searching for a streaming platform, we were drawn to Prime Video as a way for this critical message to reach tens of millions of viewers. The film is available to all Amazon Prime subscribers at no additional cost.”

One hour in length, A Teachable Moment tells the stories of four stroke survivors searching for their new normal. The film features Anne Dailey, Roderick Dunston, Lee Stroy and Mark French – who suffered a stroke in 2015 and died in 2019, and was President and CEO of Leading Authorities, which owns LAI Video – as well as leading medical experts who explain the science behind a stroke.

According to LAI Video, A Teachable Moment is “the ultimate realization that video and film can make a difference. But to produce a feature-length documentary that definitively describes stroke, captures its grueling aftermath and outlines preventative lifestyle choices, we knew that would need help. LAI Video reached out to the American Heart Association, the American Stroke Association and MedStar Health to consult on the film. Together, we identified other survivors to make the film relatable and experts to keep the film credible.”

 

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