Louise Morse is a mother, Grandmother, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, author, speaker and specialist in Dementia and issues of old age who works for and writes for Pilgrims' Friend Society.
Her Masters degree examined the effects of Dementia on family members. She has been following news and research for over 20 years and has published five books on dementia with over 45,000 copies sold. (Lion Monarch and SPCK).
Grandparents’ role in sowing seeds of faith in grandchildren is vital, and it doesn’t matter if they’re not blood relatives
This weekend brings World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly. To mark the occasion Louise Morse from Pilgrims’ Friend Society explains why grandparents can play a vital role in the faith of our children.