No one could have written Watching Their Dance but Therese Crutcher-Marin. Therese multitasked for years: working fulltime, raising two children, coping with her husband’s at-risk status for Huntington’s disease, and eventually managing the care of two sisters-in-law and observing the decline of the third. Therese earned her college degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing and went on to work in management in Sacramento California. Later, knowing that at least some in her husband’s family would develop Huntington’s, she chose to pursue a master’s of science in healthcare administration, and later worked as head of support services of the Auburn Faith Community Hospital hospice program. Her goal: to empower people with the knowledge and resources to maintain dignity, quality, and control in their lives until their final breath.