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Fontella Bateman's New Book 'Sarah's Alzheimer's Story' is a Helpful Key in Knowing How to Act and Give Love and Care to Someone Who Struggles With Alzheimer's
Recent release “Sarah’s Alzheimer’s Story” from Covenant Books author Fontella Bateman is a heartfelt and honest retelling of Sarah and her family’s journey with Alzheimer’s, which also speaks of their love for one another and their unity as they walked this rough path.
Press Release – updated: Jan 10, 2020 06:00 EST
PASADENA, Md., January 10, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Fontella Bateman, a part-time administrative assistant in the Department of Modern Languages, Linguistics, and Intercultural Communication at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, has completed her new book, “Sarah’s Alzheimer’s Story”: a comforting read that brings tips and ideas that will help one find a way to take care of a loved one who has Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Fontella shares, “In telling Sarah’s Alzheimer’s Story, the writer takes you back to where it all began in the hills of Kentucky where Sarah was born. You may laugh, cry, or simply wonder as you go with her through her journey of life.
The reader will get to know about the strong woman Sarah and how she endures many tragedies. One will find that even though memory loss is a large part of Alzheimer’s disease, in Sarah’s case, there is so much more.
Throughout the story, the writer sometimes takes you back to incidents earlier in Sarah’s life. In the writer’s opinion, Sarah may be recalling something from the past, causing her to act the way she does. This seems to be especially true when she begins to see or talk to imaginary people. Dealing with this disease is often a struggle for Sarah and her family. But hopefully, you will see the joy in their laughter, the sorrow in their tears, and feel their strong love.
It is hard to watch this very strong woman deteriorate mentally, physically, and lose her personality. But this writer believes that there is a reason, even if we do not understand it at the time.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Fontella Bateman’s new book shares to the readers a touching memoir of a woman who suffered with Alzheimer’s. This will inspire them with her family’s beautiful story which is also written in the hopes of reaching those who face a similar situation.
Readers can purchase “Sarah’s Alzheimer’s Story” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
Covenant Books is an international Christian owned and operated publishing house based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books specializes in all genres of work which appeal to the Christian market. For additional information or media inquiries, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.
Source: Covenant Books
Jancy Lear’s newly released “Choices” is an honest and helpful key to understanding the struggles of a child in disability and the parent of one
“Choices” from Christian Faith Publishing author Jancy Lear is a touching account that reveals the journey of a parent and her years of giving love and care to her beloved disabled child.(PRWeb December 05, 2019)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/jancy_lears_newly_released_choices_is_an_honest_and_helpful_key_to_understanding_the_struggles_of_a_child_in_disability_and_the_parent_of_one/prweb16761678.htm
JUPITER, Fla. (PRWEB) November 15, 2019
After launching the new impeller anemometer PCE-VA 20 in 2015, PCE Instruments now also sells the test device as a complete set with a round and a square flow hood which makes it the ideal tool for monitoring HVAC systems. To do so, the flow hood is attached the anemometer and then the whole construction is placed on the air source to be tested. The rubber at the end of the air flow cone ensures that the area under test is airtight, without any interference from outside.
The PCE-VA 20 vane anemometer measures the wind velocity, flow, temperature, relative humidity, dew point and wet bulb temperature. It has a HOLD function, an Automatic Power Off function, a MIN and MAX value function, a backlit LCD and a battery level indicator. The PCE-VA 20 can measure wind velocities between 0.2 and 30 m/s and temperatures between -20 and +60 °C. It measures humidity values between 0.1 and 99.9 % relative humidity.The impeller air flow meter comes with 4 AAA batteries, a carrying case and an instruction manual and if bought as a set, a round and a square air flow cone will be included as well.
PCE Instruments, with headquarters in Germany and offices around the world, such as the UK and the US, manufactures and sells test instruments, control systems, laboratory and weighing equipment for a vast range of different purposes and applications, to a great extent under the label “PCE Instruments ®”, but also from other renowned producers. PCE also provides pre- and aftersales technical advice as well as calibration and re-calibration services.
For further information, please see:https://www.pce-instruments.com/english/measuring-instruments/test-meters/anemometer-kat_40038.htm
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Jermaine A Drake’s Newly Released “365 Days of Prayer” Is a Helpful Medium of Connecting to God Through Inspiring Devotionals that Guide One in Worship
“365 Days of Prayer” from Christian Faith Publishing author Jermaine A Drake is an inspirational read that brings one to prayer—allowing a year filled with hope, strength, peace, security, and love through faith in the Almighty.(PRWeb October 25, 2019)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/jermaine_a_drakes_newly_released_365_days_of_prayer_is_a_helpful_medium_of_connecting_to_god_through_inspiring_devotionals_that_guide_one_in_worship/prweb16663369.htm