He's My Brother
Season 35 Episode 4 | 52m 15s | WETA Passport
Christine's brother Peter experiences his world through touch, smell, and taste. Now 30 years old, Peter's family is having trouble finding the proper care for his multiple disabilities. Told through Christine's eyes, He's My Brother explores how the family works to assure him a dignified life once the parents are gone -- and Christine's uncertainties about one day becoming his primary caregiver.
Aired: 08/01/22 | Expires: 08/31/26 |
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