Township resident to share family struggle at Cherry Hill Public Library

Ron Enfield visits on Nov. 18 to share his book, which arose from his experiences as caregiver for his wife, who suffered from dementia.

Ron Enfield, author of “Incorrigible,” will visit the Cherry Hill Public Library on Nov. 18, from 10:30 a.m. to noon in the Multicultural Room, Lower Level. He will relate the whole life story of his wife Diane—a loving, intense woman with dementia—how she fought against the system as a young person and went on to live a joyous life with her husband and daughters. 

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As dementia took over, they adapted as Diane lost her memory, her passion, and finally her life as the disease overwhelmed her. Anyone caring for a spouse with dementia will understand it, and those facing a future caring for a person with dementia can learn from the frank description of the life of a caregiver. “Incorrigible” is not a “how-to” book for caregivers, but the honest tale of a life full of love, conflict, and care.

Call (856) 667-0300, ext. 2 to register.

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