Today's Newsletter focuses on wandering in Alzheimer's. Since 60% of those with dementia will wander at some point, it's imperative that you're armed with practical ways to prevent and respond to this behavior. Read more
Behavior almost always has meaning, and this holds true for wandering as well. Is your loved one wandering because she's in pain, hungry or ready to go off to work? Review these 11 practical tips to reducing and preventing wandering. Read More
What should you say or do if someone with Alzheimer's or another dementia is trying to wander away? For example, imagine that your father with dementia, who is living with you in your home, starts to pace around and try to go outside. Here are some practical approaches you may utilize in response. Read More
If that moment you dread has happened and you can't find your loved one with Alzheimer's, take a deep breath and think about where he could have wandered off to. Review these tips for searching for a lost loved one before an emergency develops so you're prepared and know your response plan. Read More
Caregivers, how are you all doing? I've heard several caregivers express gratitude that they're able to fill this need in their loved one's life. Others have shared the significant difficulties... Read more See also: A Caregiver's Wish Lish".