“Winsome, uplifting” personal stories and practical tips for walking your loved one through this season of life (Michele Howe, author of Giving Thanks for a Perfectly Imperfect Life).
A coach and podcaster who specializes in support for caregivers, Rayne Neises knows from her own experience caring for two parents with Alzheimer’s disease that this role can take a toll. In this comforting book she offers practical tips and personal stories that help us walk our parents all the way to the end of their life while still having a life to walk back into.
By being intentional throughout the process, she explains, we can hold on to faith, manage fear—and provide the best possible care for both ourselves and our loved ones.
“By reading this book and learning from its rich stories, you will begin to exchange your heartaches for hope and memories to forever cherish.” —Debra Kelsey-Davis, coauthor of The Caregiver’s Companion