Heroic Struggles of Nursing Homes Battling COVID-19 Chronicled in New Book: ‘Brush Fire’ By Author Deke Cateau

Fulton Books author Deke Cateau, the chief executive officer at A.G. Rhodes, a nonprofit nursing home provider in Atlanta, debuts his first book, “Brush Fire,” which gives a sobering behind-the-scenes look into what his organization and thousands of other senior care communities faced during the global pandemic.
“‘Brush Fire’ chronicles the challenges that nursing home residents and staff experienced at A.G. Rhodes—one of Atlanta’s oldest and most respected nonprofit organizations—in their difficult and lengthy battle against COVID-19. Most importantly, ‘Brush Fire’ gives hope and direction on how a historically misunderstood industry can emerge out of the ashes stronger than ever.”
Published by Fulton Books, “Brush Fire” explores many of the nursing home industry’s systemic and complex issues which were brought to the forefront during the pandemic, and which—at times—fueled the crisis. With more than 20 years of experience working in the industry, Cateau dedicates the book to frontline heroes who stopped at nothing to protect our nation’s most vulnerable population.
The book is both sobering and inspiring, and readers can purchase “Brush Fire” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble. All proceeds from book sales will be donated to A.G. Rhodes for programs and services to support residents and staff.
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Source: Fulton Books