The Brighter Side of the MPTF's ‘Transfer Trauma’

Some in the administration who finally see the truth are turning the situation around — but not Tillman and Ellis

It's no secret that an uncomfortable percentage of residents that have been transferred out from the Motion Picture Home have withered and died. Some may have you believe that death is an inevitable part of life and at their advanced age, well … it was bound to happen no matter where they found themselves. It's the circle of life in Woodland Hills where Dr. Lion King has been all but de-fanged, de-clawed and gelded.

He will soon leave the pride. We will make sure that he does.

Others may point out that the very nature of a new environment, and all that comes with the move, is jarring and life-threatening to anyone in the advanced years that our residents find themselves in.  

I tend to buy that argument. It makes more sense to me.
 
Let's avoid the debate on transfer trauma, I mean — who cares at this point? The warnings were sent to the Motion Picture administration about the likelihood that some residents may not survive being kicked out or willingly transferred from their "home." That warning was not heeded, and as you would expect, we've lost some very beautiful brothers and sisters, fathers and mothers and loved ones. Possibly needlessly. What a tragedy.
 
Oh well.  
 
Let's instead look at the positive effects of transfer trauma. In this case, let's look at how beneficial the transfer and how minimal the trauma would be to the future of motion picture and television health care if Dr. David Tillman and Nurse Seth Ellis were summarily removed from their positions of power. There would still hope for the continuum of care at the Motion Picture Home.
 
As I have been warned, I must tread lightly here. They are on the defense — and their ranks are splintered. We've gone way past the date that Seth Ellis targeted for the closing of the Long Term Care center. The families and concerned industry members are more resolute than ever that the facility will never close. The motion picture and television industry is behind us. The Teamsters are behind us. SAG is on record as being against the closure, and true to the nature of these fine folk — a Christmas tree has been placed in the foyer of the Skirball entry compliments of the SAG Seniors Committee and SAG Foundation.
 
Those in the administration who finally see the truth of the situation, and who recognize the momentum the families and concerned industry members have, are turning the situation around; they are beginning to "get it." 
With that knowledge comes an uneasy awakening that they have been trapped on the wrong side of an important social issue.
 
Once the smoke clears, what side you are on will be important. Please take a note of that. There is a right and wrong side to this issue.
 
Back to the subject of transfer trauma, and how I see it working in this situation:
 
However tragic a transition may be to Messrs. Tillman and Ellis personally, I believe the sun will appear from behind the clouds in true Hollywood fashion upon their departure. The notion of ‘successful aging’ which smelled when first uttered by Ellis has rotted to the point where even I can't stand to write about it. The new paradigm that excludes the most sick and handicapped of our residents from the property has lost the enthusiastic support of the minions that once heralded its unveiling.  
Ask Kevin Spacey, a member of the Foundation Committee, what he thinks about the closing of the LTC. His voice represents many on the board who have not spoken out yet.
 
Their departure will, to my thinking, return the continuum of care that guarantees a place for residents at the Motion Picture Home no matter what stage of life they find themselves in. They will remain at home on campus, with their friends and spouses, and the caregivers that know and love them.
 
The opulent offices, pay raises and hired security goons that support the lifestyles of these guys were enough to even cross the eyes of supporters who couldn't justify the expense to enquiring journalists, much less to themselves. The heightened security on campus, the specter of a fake police car in the parking lot put there for no other reason than to intimidate residents and family members, the talk of shabby treatment and shabbier surroundings in the care centers are all symptoms of a regime that simply must end.
 
Transfer Tillman and Ellis, and transfer them now. I feel they are the cancer that is eating at our beloved MPTF, and I'm not the only one.
 
There are those in the administration that I hold in the highest regard. They know who they are. They are the ones who will breathe a giant sigh of relief when we return the stewardship of the Motion Picture Home to humanistic leaders.
 
We've been accused of wanting to destroy the fund, of wanting to dismantle all that is the Motion Picture Home. Nothing could be further from the truth. I love the Motion Picture Home for what it has done for my mother, and what it has done for my friends’ loved ones.
 
That's why we fight, and that's why we want Tillman and Ellis to leave.
For the good of the MPTF.  For the future of motion picture and television healthcare for everyone. We want them out.
 
Now.
 
  • Same Story

    Couldn't agree more. Hope you don't get too much flack for speaking the truth. I guess it had to be said.

  • Had To Be Said

    Richard Steller's Durable Power of Attorney over his mother MARY was REVOKED by the Los Angeles Superior Court System. His efforts to be named her EXECUTOR; POWER OF ATTORNEY and CONSERVATOR all failed.

  • Ivan

    my understanding is that executives of a 501C can be removed easily. I guess you wouldn't want to be in their shoes if this comes down to a court case. It probably will.

  • Late to the Party

    Tillman is a CEO and on the Foundation Committee too? So what he was architect of this new way and then maybe influenced a voting in the committees? Is this okay??? Seems wrong that the guy running the place can also sit on a foundation that is tied to the board of directors.

    FOUNDATION COMMITTEE
    Jeffrey Katzenberg, Chairman
    Warren Beatty
    Annette Bening
    Jeffrey Berg
    Barry Diller
    Michael Douglas
    Nora Ephron
    Joseph A. Fischer
    David Geffen
    Jim Gianopulos
    Samuel Goldwyn, Jr.
    Robert A. Iger
    Alan Ladd, Jr.
    Ed Limato
    Heather Locklear
    Frank G. Mancuso
    Barry M. Meyer
    Ron Meyer
    Rick Nicita
    Robert M. Osher
    John Ptak
    Dolores Robinson
    Jay D. Roth
    Kevin Spacey
    Steven Spielberg
    David Tillman, MD
    Casey Wasserman
    Mrs. Lew Wasserman

  • Stylist

    Where is the court case? These people who have fostered the agenda of ‘get rid of our own’ should be held accountable!

    The doors are kept open out of fear of what the law will bring down, not out of any sense of care. I don't blame them! For everyone who claimed that this is a money issue you have blood on your hands!!!

    Hide your head in the sand MPTF board members! You expose a large target when you do so!

  • simone gad

    I agree with Richard Steller. It's a travesty that this occured and as a union actor-all three unions, I find it appalling that Seniors are being messed with when they've devoted their whole lives to their profession and to be treated so horribly when they are at vulnerable elderly age is just criminal.

  • a resident says

    Richard!!…I totally agree with what you said…an in the the words of the immortal Beatles..
    LET IT BE!! OH LET IT BE!

  • Lisa Lisa

    Do “Had to be said” & “Same story” work for Tillman? What's your point? You think the home should be closed? You think Richard doesn't care about his mom? Either you have never been to the MPH or you have a personal profit/interest in closing it. I have never met Richard or his mom, but I have visited The MPH to participate in charity events since it sat pretty well alone in a field with nothing much else nearby. Always the best care and the best place to be at the end of days. Have you been in other facilities? Ugh. Did they really need to direct donations to build a $20 million gym? Seriously?

  • Maureen O'Connell

    When the actuaries and suits at the MPTF decided that the future (ie: profit) would be in changing the model at the Hospital and Home – perhaps in anticipation of the coming wave of aging and failing baby boomers they would not want to have to tend 'til the end (professional nurses and real medical staff cost money; “life-coach”-taught classes in stress management, unpaid volunteers and the like do not), I wonder why it didn't occur to them that the slogan We Take Care Of Our Own meant something to the rest of us? And that we might be aroused to rebellion and protest when they decided the genuinely old, demented and sick were too big a cost item, and not a good revenue stream?
    I can just imagine the MBA-speak going on around the highly-polished conference table with the designer bottled water provided, when these “bottom-liners” made their decision to revamp and dump. Perhaps because these soulless ghouls have no human parents (as the rest of us define them), turning old industry workers out of their beds and familiar surroundings was as easy a decision as sending children of poverty to die in wars. It would require empathy and compassion to do whatever it took to keep the elder care intact, and I imagine there was a dearth of both around that table.

  • Bye Bye Tillman

    IF it is true that Richard's POA for his mother was revoked and “his efforts to become executor; POA and conservator all failed” then he should step down and not be a part of this fight. I for one can not hold my head up very high when one of the people at our helm is so tainted. If one's own child has their POA revoked by a court, something fishy is going on.

  • Not Again

    we've heard from you before, and its not gonna happen. This isn't about Richard, or the freaks that follow him around on the Internet bashing him.

  • Cheryl Hardy Phillips

    As we approach the year anniversary of being served letters to vacate the Motion Picture Home, I'm looking back at all the reasons we have been given for the closure by Dr. Tillman, Seth Ellis, et al.

    Reason #1 -The ECONOMY – we lost huge amounts in our MPTF investments – Yes, we all did, but guess what? I just stayed put and all my investments have come back to where they were and added some. So that argument has fallen by the wayside. See graph on this link -http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/index/INDU

    Reason #2 -The industry is doing so poorly that there won't be any new employees to pay into the MPTF – no new jobs in the industry….REALLY? See link below “Disney plans to build major production facility” and if I'm not mistaken that means lots of new jobs for studio people!

    http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-ct-disney29-2009oct29,0,2238554.story

    I could go on and on and on about how the MPTF Board members (Tillman, Ellis, Sherer, Koch, etc) continue to cry about how the economy has affected their industry but this recent LA Times article
    does away with that argument as well. Movies are THRIVING…….

    http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-ct-boxoffice14-2009dec14,0,5678666.story

    And last week there was an ad on a job link site to add another high paid executive to the administration on the MPTF campus in Calabasas!

    http://www.indeed.com/job/Manager,-Community-Social-Services-at-Motion-Picture-and-Television-Fund-in-Los-Angeles,-CA-d5f329ff4cabe58d

    We continue to chip away at each and every deception, half-truth and exaggeration that this Board throws out there to justify their shameful behavior. Meanwhile these wonderful, kind and frail residents live in fear of losing their HOMES and it is THE HOME that is the HEART of the Motion Picture and Televison Fund campus – it always was and it always WILL BE.

  • Mark

    Duh. Respectable people have called for a change in management for many months.

  • MovieQueen

    We need to “take care of our own” —by demanding that the architects of such ruthlessness and corruption are removed. If that is indeed Dr. Tillman and Nurse Ellis—then “Let it Be” ( as the other commenter presented) and LET IT BE-NOW!

    As a member of the 3 acting unions for over 40 years I am appalled at the lack of humanity being shown to those, and their loved ones, who devoted their lives to an Industry that gave the world so much joy, art and beauty. ! Also, as a performer—if I was transfered off to some place where I was only surrounded by “civilians”….well, that ALONE would put a nail in MY coffin! Isn't that part of it too?—that artists can spend their last days around other artists who have shared experiences? I agree that to build a 20 million dollar Gym —and to kick the elderly out of their “home” is deplorable and morally bereft …it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that something is very “rotten in Woodland Hills”!!!!!

    I

  • Hippocrates

    what ever happened to “Dr. do no harm”. Doctors make the worst administrators because they are usually too compassionate.

    What the hell is this guy's story then? I've never seen a colder more insensitive staff, and I am including some of the head nurses there too.

    I think more has to leave beside Tillman and Ellis. How about Poprock? How about Scherer? How about Humuyan?

    I agree with Richard there are some gems there that hopefully will stay when the cover is blown off of this sham.

  • Clean Sweep advocate

    Looks like the author has some baggage. Don't we all?

    No one has more baggage than the mptf administrators who are the focus of the hollyblog. Let other bloggers and writers step forward, it would be great to hear more voices. Let the architects of the fall of mptf be gone now instead of later. Let those without integrity, including doctors and others who are “just doing what I was told,” be dismissed. Clean sweep.

  • Cheryl Hardy Phillips

    I AM REPOSTING THIS COMMENT BECAUSE THE LINKS on my last post did not work – so sorry for the double post – but hopefully the links to important articles will now work..

    As we approach the year anniversary of being served letters to vacate the Motion Picture Home, I'm looking back at all the reasons we have been given for the closure by Dr. Tillman, Seth Ellis, et al.

    Reason #1 -The ECONOMY – we lost huge amounts in our MPTF investments – Yes, we all did, but guess what? I just stayed put and all my investments have come back to where they were and added some. So that argument has fallen by the wayside. See graph on this link -http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/index/INDU

    Reason #2 -The industry is doing so poorly that there won't be any new employees to pay into the MPTF – no new jobs in the industry….REALLY? See link below “Disney plans to build major production facility” and if I'm not mistaken that means lots of new jobs for studio people! http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/entertainmentnewsbuzz/2009/10/disney-plans-new-soundstage-and-production-facility-in-santa-clarita-valley.html

    I could go on and on and on about how the MPTF Board members (Tillman, Ellis, Sherer, Koch, etc) continue to cry about how the economy has affected their industry but this recent LA Times article
    does away with that argument as well. Movies are THRIVING………http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-ct-boxoffice14-2009dec14,0,5678666.story

    And last week there was an ad on a job link site to add another high paid executive to the administration on the MPTF campus in Calabasas!
    http://www.indeed.com/job/Manager,-Community-Social-Services-at-Motion-Picture-and-Television-Fund-in-Los-Angeles,-CA-d5f329ff4cabe58d

    We continue to chip away at each and every deception, half-truth and exaggeration that this Board throws out there to justify their shameful behavior. Meanwhile these wonderful, kind and frail residents live in fear of losing their HOMES and it is THE HOME that is the HEART of the Motion Picture and Televison Fund campus – it always was and it always WILL BE.

  • Campus Watchdog

    I can tell everyone that truly cares about the Motion Picture & Television Home, that there are several residents in other parts of the campus other than the long term care, that have stated what you are saying Richard. Residents are afraid to speak out because of retaliation by MPTF administration, but they have seen first hand daily what the current MPTF leadership has done to the Home over the last 10 years. From what residents have said, the list is long with the names that have contributed significantly to the damages.

  • Jack ‘O Lantern

    Who can forget Keith Olbermann's piece on Tillman?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kt7SpQ95H08

    And of course Seth Ellis ‘deer in the headlights’ stammering remarks on the transition:

    http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local-beat/Supports_Rally_to_MPTF_Hospital_Open_Los_Angeles.html

  • Devine Miss E

    we heard that 60 Minutes tv show was walking with Richard yesterday on the grounds and in his mothers wing. Is this true?

  • Seeing through the Emperor's n

    Maureen gets it. We Take Care of Our Own is not a PR slogan – it is the real sense of community that developed from good. Tillman and Ellis are trying to eradicate it on campus. Few are fooled. Many residents are fearful of retaliation based on experience. They've seen it happen time and time again. MPTF be not proud. The damage done by these guys and their cohorts in your deep pockets will not end until these guys are stopped.

  • I AGREE BUT…

    I agree with 95 percent of this posting, BUT if all that is being said about Richard Stellar is true (that his POA was revoked by a court, etc.) then I am also not comfortable with his being our spokesperson. When Richard fails to even address these attacks I think they may be true.

    Don't misunderstand me, I agree that Tillman and Ellis should go and pronto, and that the MPTF LTC and hospital must remain open, but I want someone of integrity championing this cause, not someone with such baggage as RS seems to have. I am familiar with the court system and when a judge revokes a biological child's Power Of Attorney over a parent it is usually not for trivial reasons.

    This is not an invitation to attack me. Please know that I am on the side of every resident still in LTC and I love these people with all of my heart and will continue to do whatever I can for them. G*d's speed to them all.

  • Seeing through the Emperor's N

    Calling on the board to fire them to stop the damage being done. Maybe they'll be good hardline employees in a clinic setting but they are not welcome in a retirement community and long term care home for us or our own.

  • MERRY CHRISTMAS

    I would call their offices and urge them to resign. Call 818-876-1050.

    Richard, Nancy, Daniel have helped to keep the doors open with their LEADERSHIP and they have saved lives. Richard and Daniel and Dean have brought SAG to the table and THE TEAMSTERS. more leadership now it is up to us to bear down on them and voice our opinions like Richard says DO IT NOW!

    818-876-1050 and ask for their offices. They are not liked from everyone from receptionists to security to social workers your call will be put through. When the CHRISTAMS TREE was put in we were so happy it was a sign of hope for us!

    Rabbi scurried away like a rabbit when Richard came into the room with that man on Friday where carolers were he is so frightened by what will happen and he will be so ashamed of what he has done or NOT DONE.

    Please CALL THEM ON MONDAY hopefully Richards blog will still be up for awhile please read this.

  • To Merry Christmas

    Richard is not a SAG member is he? This is his blog, his opinion as a spokesperson for himself. I doubt he is a spokesperson for all the people you named.

  • SAG Member

    I am in great company with all my fellow friends that have a loved one living at the Motion Picture & Television Home. Disparaging statements about Richard Stellar, are a complete disrespect to each and every Resident that is trusting in the MPTF's commitment to care for them. Richard has worked endlessly everyday on behalf of not just his Mother, but for every Resident that lives at the MPTF Home. Everyone should be saying thank to him and all his efforts. I know he has struggled with family indifference's, like most of us have, but his actions have proven his character. He continually has made contributions of great impact by sharing the truth of transparency of what is FACT! No matter how you want to paint it, Richard just shares the truth.

    No, Richard is not a SAG member, neither is Nancy, but they both have nurtured the support of my union and fellow colleagues. That is a feat that most people aspire to.

    At this time, we need to give peace and comfort to all the Residents at the Home. Please give your time and love to those who need a smile and a hug. We will having several upcoming opportunities for anyone who is truly interested in being involved. Please check our website; http://www.savingthelivesofourown.org

    We are always welcome to let the Residents know they are loved, and not abandoned.

    Also, thank you Bill Smitrovich, Chairman of the SAG Senior's Performers Committee, and the SAG Foundation for your kind gift of the Christmas tree in the entrance of the lobby at the Home. God Bless you for keeping tradition and hope alive. It would have been the first year, in 89 years, without a Christmas tree at the welcoming entrance of the Home.

    Gratefully yours in solidarity.

  • An MPTF Donor

    Bring out the tumbrils!

  • I AGREE BUT…

    SAG MEMBER says “No matter how you want to paint it, Richard just shares the truth.”

    So answer this question with “the truth” Richard -

    IF it “the truth” that your Power Of Attorney for your mother was revoked by a judge in Los Angeles Superior Court???

    YES or NO?

    SAG MEMBER and I are waiting. We are all waiting.

  • The Dailies

    Since this is the holiday season I'd be interested in knowing just how much money is earmarked for the LTC in donations. The fact is that they won't accept any money for the LTC. I will be calling in Monday morning and asking that Tillman and Ellis go home.

  • Le Guillotine

    Tumbrils indeed! LOL!! I had to look that up. The guillotine is so messy so I say let the law do it if the board doesn't have the CAJONES to do it themselves.

  • World News

    This blog is being picked up by some major outlets for entertainment news, saw it on a UK website and it is all over the place.

  • Daniel Quinn

    I am in great company with all my fellow friends that have a loved one living at the Motion Picture & Television Home. Disparaging statements about Richard Stellar, is a complete disrespect to each and every Resident that is trusting in the MPTF's commitment to care for them.

    Richard has worked endlessly everyday on behalf of not just his Mother, but for every Resident that lives at the MPTF Home. Everyone should be saying thank you to him and all his efforts. I know he has struggled with family indifference's, like most of us have, but his actions have proven his character. He continually has made contributions of great impact by sharing the truth of transparency in what is FACT! No matter how you want to paint it, Richard just shares the truth.

    No, Richard is not a SAG member, neither is Nancy, but they both have nurtured the support of my union and fellow colleagues. That is a feat that most people aspire to.

    At this time, we need to give peace and comfort to all the Residents at the Home. Please give your time and love to those who need a smile and a hug. We will be having several upcoming opportunities for anyone who is truly interested in being involved, to come and share in the spirit giving. Please check our website; http://www.savingthelivesofourown.org

    We are always welcome to let the Residents know they are loved, and not abandoned.

    Also, thank you SAG Seniors Performers Committee, Chaired by Bill Smitrovich, and the SAG Foundation for your kind gift of the Christmas tree in the entrance of the lobby at the Home. God Bless you Bill for seeing to it, and keeping tradition and hope alive. It would have been the first year, in 89 years, without a Christmas tree at the welcoming entrance of the Home.

    A littler cheer makes a big difference.

    Happy Holidays to all.

    Gratefully yours with love and in solidarity.

  • Not Your Turf

    Even tho this is a motion picture industry hospital why do we have motion picture industry people running the board? Does Paramount have medical doctors at the top of their board of director, does Sony? Does Sony? Our board of directors should be made up firstly of experts in elder care supported by the industry.

    When was the last time a doctor told you to shut down production? Why are you letting studio heads shut down the Motion Picture LTC?

    Tillmand and Ellis are hacks who do the bidding of people who are not acting in the best health interests of our industry. They are not care givers, they could care less!

  • Trey King/Actor/SAG member

    “We want them out.

    Now.”

    Yep, we do.

  • Stellar Isn't…

    I for one am deeply troubled by Richard Stellar's lack of response when confronted with questions and I seem to be one of many who feel these issues are very relevant. It has nothing to do with any resident, all of whom I support in many ways and it is out of my love for them that I am pressing this issue.

    What is being done at MPTF is a travesty on every level. The promise of Taking Care Of Our Own must be uphelp in perpetuity and the LTC needs to be brought back to its once sterling reputation.

    But if the “man” speaking on behalf of these troubled souls at MPTF had a POA over his mother revoked by a judge in Los Angeles Superior Court, he's not the “man” I want championing this cause and he should step aside.

    This is America and I am entitled to voice my opinion here and I will continue to do so.

    Once again… Tillman and Ellis should step down and the LTC must remain open FOREVER !!!!!!

  • Lynne Hardy Mook

    I attended the second meeting that Tillman and Ellis held at the MPH.They handled questions very poorly and did not provide answers for the families of the residents. They have been silent to the families ever since. Their salary alone should have them responding to each of us. As far as my view of them, they have been useless to the family side of this controversy. Their salaries are wasting the money that could be used for better areas. They should go in my view.

  • SAG CIS

    Richard it was so good meeting you tonight and your son! What a fantastic event held by Smitty and all of you. You are right we will be here next year doing it again, and again and again! We are winning the fight and IT FEELS SO GOOD!!! Don't let the bastards get away with anything ok!!

  • Dean Butler

    Richard Stellar's most recent blog entry, “The Brighter Side of the MPTF's ‘Transfer Trauma’ puts the focus of leadership failure squarely where it belongs — on Dr. David Tillman and Nurse Seth Ellis. Dr. Tillman and Nurse Ellis, with their appalling lack of compassion for the people whose lives they are charged with protecting, must go.

    It's been an amazing year that began last January 14 with the MPTF LTC closure announcement. I am very proud to be part of an extraordinary group of resident family members and industry leaders who have stood up against the weight of MPTF management and board pressure in order to act for good in order to save the homes of our loved ones.

    From the beginning it has been clear that the LTC and hospital closure issue is not about money, as the MPTF has continually sought to frame it. In fact the issue is about leadership and commitment to the MPTF's historic continuum of care mission.

    As our community moves forward into a new year, MPTF board leadership has some big choices to make that will have an enormous impact on the MPTF's ability to function as a trusted provider of healthcare services for the entertainment industry. The simple fact is that there will be no trust and faith in the MPTF until a new medical leadership team–committed to the MPTF's historic mission of “taking care of our own” is put in place.

  • Stellar Isn't…

    Richard Stellar needs to go!!!

    I for one am deeply troubled by Richard Stellar's lack of response when confronted with questions and I seem to be one of many who feel these issues are very relevant. It has nothing to do with any resident, all of whom I support in many ways and it is out of my love for them that I am pressing this issue.

    What is being done at MPTF is a travesty on every level. The promise of Taking Care Of Our Own must be uphelp in perpetuity and the LTC needs to be brought back to its once sterling reputation.

    But if the “man” speaking on behalf of these troubled souls at MPTF had a POA over his mother revoked by a judge in Los Angeles Superior Court, he's not the “man” I want championing this cause and he should step aside.

    This is America and I am entitled to voice my opinion here and I will continue to do so.

    Once again… Tillman and Ellis should step down and the LTC must remain open FOREVER !!!!!!

  • Tillman Must Leave

    And someone saved your life tonight MPTF
    He almost had his hooks in you, didn't he dear
    He nearly had you roped and tied
    Downward-bound, hypnotized
    Sweet donors whispered in your ear
    You're a butterfly
    And butterflies are free to fly
    Fly away, high away, bye bye

    Let him go, now. Leave him behind and soar once more.

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