In A Good Case, Cynthia W. Hammer weaves a powerful tale of several families who have senior relatives in need of care.
After being in the caregiving business for over ten years, Sheila Price is married and a compassionate caregiver who has difficulty in the highs and lows of life.
Feeling the loss of clients along the way, she courageously journey’s through Philadelphia into Los Angeles, seeking work in her field. As the caregiver and seniors’ lives intertwine, Sheila discovers an exchange of wrong attitudes and words can cost you your career.
The only saving grace is her coworker named Gladys Crenshaw. The two share a warm friendship out of a desperate need to be understood while hustling as caregivers in the workforce.