Compelling Video from SafeinHome: Gifts of Independence

Compelling Video from SafeinHome: Gifts of Independence Hear four moms talked about how the services and products of SafeinHome gave their children with mental &/or physical disabilities the gift of independence in this compelling video from Barking Squirrel Media. In this film, we feature the authentic, heart-felt stories of independence, choice, peace of mind, self-determination […]

Bryon’s Story A Mini-documentary

Bryon’s Story A Mini-Documentary Here is a mini-documentary we produced for SafeinHome about Bryon’s journey out of a terrible life circumstance to freedom and independence. It’s a story based upon the classic story arch. A hero, Bryon, wants to live independently but his disability requires him to live in a nursing home. Bryon faces insurmountable […]

Video Production Storytelling: A Hope Realized

Video Production Storytelling: A Hope Realized https://vimeo.com/736207971Video production storytelling captures our imaginations & inspires our hearts. Watch this emotionally compelling story of Hope Human Services, a direct support service provider  in Tacoma, WA. Their goal has always been to deliver client-centered services to people with mental and physical disabilities. Now, with the help of SafeinHome’s […]

Brandon’s Story: SafeinHome

Brandon’s Story: SafeinHome Discover how Brandon was able to live independently in his own apartment for the first time in his life with the help of remote support from SafeinHome. Barking Squirrel Media is the best video production company in the US that specializes in producing authentic and inspiring stories of organizations that truly care […]

A Mother’s Story: Ben & Bertra

A Mother’s Story: Ben & Bertra https://vimeo.com/631411844 Here is a mini-doc Barking Squirrel Media produced for SafeinHome. Story discovery was done through multiple zoom interviews prior to arriving to film in Arlington, Virginia. The goal of this story was to give hope to mother’s of severely autistic children. Bertra refused to accept the dismal diagnosis […]