Harriet Hodgson’s The Family Caregiver’s Guide coming on September 7th
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Author Harriet Hodgson offers guidance for family caregivers in her new book “The Family Caregiver’s Guide”

Rochester, MN– Becoming the primary caregiver for a family member can be a daunting and exhausting task, but readers can find comfort, guidance, and help in Harriet Hodgson’s latest book, “The Family Caregiver’s Guide” which will be released by WriteLife Publishing on September 7, 2015.

According to Hodgson, “family caregiving is an isolating experience.” Hodgson, who has cared for three generations of her family and has been a freelance writer for many years, sought comfort in her work. Her writing formed “The Family Caregiver’s Guide” as a means to provide insight and fellowship for others who find themselves as caregivers for their loved ones.

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About the Book

Within its pages, “The Family Caregiver’s Guide” brings the reader an informative guide with a personal touch. Hodgson provides strategies for caring for family while also reminding the reader about the importance of self-care.

Hodgson has experience caring for those with physical disabilities as well as mental disabilities. “The Family Caregiver’s Guide” offers tips on how to set up your home for caregiving, a safety checklist, as well as equipment suggestions. And if you need guidance in a hurry, the smart steps at the end of each chapter will help!

“The Family Caregiver’s Guide” is available in paperback through the publisher’s online store http://writelife.com/product/the-family-caregivers-guide/, Amazon and other online bookstores, or through your favorite bookstore. The eBook is available through all major eBook retailers.

About the Author

Harriet Hodgson has 18 years of caregiving experience. She has cared for her mother, her husband, and her twin grandchildren. She has also been a freelance writer for 37 years. Hodgson is the author of 35 books and thousands of articles. She has turned “The Family Caregiver’s Guide” into a series of four books, and is a contributing writer for The Caregiver Space website.

Hodgson lives in Rochester, Minnesota with her husband John.

About the Publisher

WriteLife Publishing is the nonfiction imprint of Boutique of Quality Books Publishing, an independent, award-winning book publisher. Their two imprints, BQB Publishing and WriteLife Publishing, combine the high quality you’ve come to expect from traditional publishers with hands-on, in-depth author involvement to bring cutting edge books from fresh authors to the marketplace.

Written by Liz Imler
As our Community Manager, Liz focuses on The Caregiver Space's daily online happenings. She also works behind the scenes, fixing bugs and making sure the site delivers our members a clean and seamless community experience. Before coming onto The Caregiver Space, Liz served as a Community Manager in the health and finance industries. She holds an MA from New York University and a BA from George Mason University, and splits her time between Virginia and New York. Her passions include writing, music, and travel.

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