Film Screening to Explore Facts and Fiction of Hoarding

The Cambridge Council on Aging is hosting a special film screening and discussion about Hoarding Disorder in April.

Titled “Handle with Care: Boosting Insight and Motivation to Reduce Clutter,” the session will feature a screening of the documentary “Stuffed.” A discussion of supportive approaches to build insight into hoarding and tips for enhancing motivation to reduce clutter will also be led by Suzanne Otte, MSW, LCSW. 

Hoarding is a problem that impacts a large population in the U.S., including people who identify with the behavior and those friends and family who seek to help them. During this two-hour session, we’ll explore facts (and fiction) about Hoarding Disorder.  Stuffed, an engaging documentary about the lives of three people who experience Hoarding Disorder will also be shown.

Please join us if you would like to learn more about hoarding and approaches to help a family member, friend, or yourself gain motivation to work on decluttering.

“Handle with Care: Boosting Insight and Motivation to Reduce Clutter” will be held Thursday, April 6 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. at the Cambridge Senior Center, 806 Massachusetts Avenue

Pre-registration is not required but is appreciated.

For more information contact Liz Seelman at (617) 349-6048 or