How an Inexperienced Caregiver Became an Exemplary One

Diagnosed with an early-onset dementia at a time when information about the mental disease was scarce, Cheryl Edwards-Cannon handled her mother's condition with an optimistic enthusiasm. As the disease promised to negatively affect the whole family, Cheryl found a way to become an exemplary caregiver.

Author Cheryl Edwards-Cannon's entertaining and moving book, "Taking Care of Miss Bee Bee," allows the readers to perceive the world through the eyes of those who struggle in taking care of themselves even in doing the most mundane of activities. Those who benefit from this book are Advocates for Senior Care, families looking to place a loved one in a care facility, families entering into retirement, families who are in the process of Estate Planning, Geriatric and Gerontology Specialists, and caregiver resource organizations.

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"Taking Care of Miss Bee Bee"
Written by Cheryl Edwards-Cannon
Published by iUniverse
Published Date: September 18, 2017
Paperback: $16.95
About the Author
Cheryl Edwards-Cannon is the CEO of President of Clear Path Choices, LLC, a consulting company that helps families to make informed end-of-life decisions. She holds a Master of Management degree from Aquinas College, a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Michigan University and a Certificate in Gerontology from Grand Rapids Community College.

The intended purpose for this book was to provide answers to families who are facing or will face the challenges of elderly care. Edwards-Cannon accomplishments as a caregiver professional have been featured in the Women's Lifestyle Magazine (2015), Grand Rapids Press (2014), Toledo Blade (2014) and USA Today (2010).

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