A podcast where we share stories of hope for family caregivers breaking through loneliness to see God even in this season of life.
Stories of Hope for living content, loving well, and caring with no regrets!
Jill is the adopted daughter of Bonnie Sullivant who has been diagnosed with dementia. Jill and her husband Phil have three grown children Jesse (who is married to Madee), Grace (who is Married to Malachi Schierling) and Sam (who is currently crazy about coyote hunting).
Jill has spent her career working with people with disabilities from infants to adults. She currently works as an Early Childhood Special Education Teacher in West Plains, Missouri.
Jill and her husband co-founded a non-profit called Eagles’ Wings Ministries. Eagles’ Wings provides a short-term rental home for pastors and missionaries to have an affordable place to stay for rest and renewal.
Recently, Jill published her first children’s book called, “Sometimes Grandma Calls Me Jean.” The book was written for parents to begin to start the conversation, about dementia, with a young child. The book also includes tips for parents to support children who have a loved one with dementia.
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