Emma Heming Willis, the model and wife of ailing actor Bruce Willis, is writing a book about caregivers for people with dementia.

The Open Field, journalist Maria Shriver’s Penguin Random House imprint, will publish Heming Willis’ untitled book in 2025, the press announced in a news release.

Heming Willis married Willis in 2009; they have two daughters together. The couple made headlines last February when it was announced that Willis had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia, or FTD, a degenerative brain disease.

The Open Field says that Heming Willis’ book will be a “supportive and inspiring guide…for anyone navigating a loved one’s dementia. Complete with interviews, expert advice, and personal stories, this book will provide guidance and the support needed to navigate this complicated journey.”

Shriver said in a statement, “I’m thrilled to be publishing Emma’s book for caregivers. She and I have known each other for a long time, and I’m so proud of the way she is using her voice to help others. Caregivers are unsung heroes in our society—they need guidance, support, knowledge, along with community and a roadmap. We will be giving them this with this new book from the Open Field. I couldn’t be more excited and proud.”

Heming Willis announced the book on Instagram, writing, “When FTD, or any form of dementia touches your life, it’s hard to not be forever changed by its impact. My hope is that this book will provide comfort and hope to the next care partner as they embark on their new journey or for those, like myself who are on it.”

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.