Writers Who Care

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Writers Who Care

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Our Background

Our Background

Writers Who Care is comprised of four women authors plus one:

- Faith McCauley Austin, a retired pastor’s wife – currently a special education teacher,

- Beth Withers Banning, a retired account executive – now a substitute teacher,

- Terri Green – an active business owner of residential assisted living care homes for the elderly, and

- Kenney Oldham Hayes - a retired mortgage banking executive.

Our fifth member of Writers Who Care is: A.J. Wills – active in business and our social media consultant / director.

Passionate co-workers in various ministries, authors, successful businesswomen, parents, grandparents, teachers, talented, strong personalities, hard-working, dedicated – words describing this group of life-long friends. They are all women of faith and purpose whose goal is to aid another in their life’s voyage.

Recently these talented women collaborated to write the book, “Hell No I Don’t Remember, I Have Alzheimer’s.” Why this topic? Each one walked along-side their parents as they experienced cognitive disease. This book humanizes the face of Dementia / Alzheimer’s by sharing their stories, wisdom and tips for navigating the difficult journey. Endorsed by many doctors, medical professionals and lay caregivers helping their loved ones, this book is a must-read. This important information is targeted towards those currently helping their loved one in the throe of the disease journey as well as those who need to prepare for the future; 50’s, 60’s and 70’s age groups. Dementia / Alzheimer’s is not going away anytime soon.

The writing talents of these women are not limited to cognitive disease topics; but rather a myriad of subject matter. Often exploring those “hard to talk-about” themes, the authors expose their personal experiences with transparency. They empathize with the reader and share garnered wisdom promoting healing of body and soul.

Writers Who Care also have an on-line store where valuable products are available; not only books, but amazing gifts and various tools to make the elder senior’s life easier. To view and purchase, go to: www.writerswhocare.com Products page.