When a spouse struggles alone as a caretaker of her husband with Alzheimer’s, she realized the necessity for assist from individuals round her
PHOENIX, Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – “I had a mental illness while caring for my mother and my husband. I want people to know that there is light at the end of the psychiatric care. Not only is there light, there is life. This fictional story helps me realize the possibility. “In Casey’s Village: It takes a community to change.” (published by Balboa Press), they share real-life experiences such as catharsis from their pain and provide hope and support to others who are traveling the same journey.
Casey did not expect his life to change dramatically, worse. They did not expect their beloved husband Richard to get sick. He didn’t expect to be a caregiver, but when Richard was diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s, Casey had to find a way to change. It’s scary to see Richard disappear, but what’s worse is the thought of losing someone he loves. Casey’s health deteriorates, and he begins to realize that he could not be the only manager. It takes a village to be strong – a supportive community as they follow.
“I’ve been writing stories since I was able to put my stories together, and it’s exciting in my life to be able to share part of my story as a patient nurse, anointed minister, wife, daughter and eager to take part in my life,” Hopper says. . He adds, “I am happy for this trip with my husband, and for my mother, as she has a mental illness. I am happy for the love and support of the family and friends who have given me a home, and my connection with the Creator of all things.”
Asked what he wants readers to take part in in writing this book, Hopper replies, “Dementia affects almost everyone in our country today directly or indirectly. It does not stifle any group. The important thing is for people to know and understand that a new life is possible no matter where they go.” for more information on the book, please visit https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/caseys-village-rev-sandra-s-hoppper-rn/1137779563?ean=9781982255411.
“Casey’s village: It takes a village to change.”
Author Sandra Hopper
Strong | 5.5 x 8.5in | Pages 230 | ISBN 9781982255428
Soft | 5.5 x 8.5in | Pages 230 | ISBN 9781982255411
E-Book | Pages 230 | ISBN 9781982255435
Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Sandra Hopper lays her foundations in the benefits of breastfeeding and as an ordained minister to add to the truth on this issue. She cares for her loved ones and her mother as she travels on her way to Alzheimer’s and dementia.
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