Between Clean Sheets: A Story with Pertinent Health Care Insights
There is a rumbling among Americans when it comes to our health care and our legislation’s reform on health care. Author Janette Warrington hears our rumblings and speaks out as a concerned American, but also as a caregiver who has advocated for health-care change. Through her unique storytelling abilities, Janette uses a fictional family’s difficulties to show how health care has changed worldwide since the 1940s. Setting the story in Holland, Janette reveals comparisons of the U.S. health-care system to that of European and socialist health-care systems. Each chapter provides a variety of reflections and insights pertinent to today’s health-care issues and health-care reform.
About the Author
A native of Michigan, Janette Warrington has worked in ministry and as a correspondent for a statewide recreational newspaper. She is the author of The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome and A Caregiver’s Triumph that share her experiences with her son’s brain injury and as a caregiver. Challenged by dyslexia, Janette earned a PhD at the age of 69 and was granted a second honorary degree for her extensive work in the brain injury movement.
Publisher: Creation House; First Edition, First (October 5, 2010)
Paperback: 256 pages
Item Weight: 12.8 ounces
Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.64 x 8.5 inches