The Unravelling in UToday
Clem Martini is interviewed in the University of Calgary’s UToday about his new book, The Unravelling, which is launching with Wordfest next week:
‘The Unravelling also takes a hard look at the frustrations family caregivers experience in dealing with the health-care system.
“To a large degree our medical institutions don’t understand family caregiving,” says Clem. “You’re in there, but you’re not really there. They talk to you, but they don’t really talk to you. You have responsibilities, but you don’t really have responsibilities. And so, at every juncture, there’s a fracture. It makes everything more complicated than it needs to be for the families. It makes the whole process painful.”’
You can read the article here.