In December of 1997 my husband, Ronnie, suffered a massive stroke which impacts his mobility and communication. Up until recently his recovery allowed him to stay at home during the day unattended while I worked away from home as Director of Coordinated School Health for our local school system. I left that position in November of 2013 and am blessed to work from home.
Ronnie and I have three beautiful children, Ronnie’s two daughters and my son along with their significant others and one grandchild who brings us more joy than words can express. When not providing care for Ronnie or my dad, I love to write fiction for children and adults. In addition to this blog, my current projects include self-publishing a children’s book and finding an agent to represent my novel.
Whether you provide care on a professional level, provide care for family members, or you just want to better understand folks with physical or cognitive challenges, it’s my hope that this blog provides you with truthful and relevant content that aides you in caring for others.
Thanks for caring!