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The Healing of Heather Garden DVD / Blu-ray


The Healing of Heather Garden
by Judith Morrow
Canada | 2013 | documentary | colour | 28 minutes

“The Healing of Heather Garden” tells the compelling story of one woman’s journey from permanent disability, with devastating Progressive Multiple Sclerosis, to full health. Today, eleven years after she regained her ability to walk without the support of a cane or wheelchair, Heather remains in vibrant health.


FirstGlance Film Fest Los Angeles 2014 – Best Short Documentary
Canada International Film Festival 2014 – Special Jury Prize
Windy Awards 2016 – The Gimme Some Truth Festival Short Documentary Prize


Judith Morrow was involved for over thirty years in Winnipeg’s inner city, engaging in community development, and, while at the Child Guidance Clinic, working with children and families.  She obtained her Masters in Social Work, specializing in strategic interventions, a way of thinking that looks at interconnections and capacity without labeling the individual.  Judith recently produced “The Healing of Heather Garden,” a compelling documentary about a woman healed from a devastating illness – Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.

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The compelling story of Heather Garden’s 10-year journey from permanent disability to full health.

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