“Joan’s Descent into Alzheimer’s” by Jill Stoking

Who is Jill Stoking?

Jill Stoking qualified as a teacher of children with learning disabilities in 1970 and taught for a while in Surrey. When she moved to Devon, Jill was mainly employed as a care worker for adults with learning disabilities and the elderly, both in residential homes and in the community. Now retired, she lives with her dog in a mobile home on the North Downs in Kent, surrounded by ever changing views and a gloriously big sky. Jill has one son who now lives in New Zealand.

Connect with Jill Stoking

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://joansdescent.weebly.com

 

 

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Pinny Brakeley Bugaeff
Tell Me About it – Memoir of a psychotherapist