Behavior Management

Alzheimer’s Disease and Caregiving

Overview

Coping with Behavior Problems after Head Injury

Identifying Behavior Problems

Caregiver’s Guide to Understanding Dementia Behaviors

Introduction

Dementia and Driving

When an individual is diagnosed with dementia, one of the first concerns that families and caregivers face is whether or not that person should drive. A diagnosis of dementia may not mean that a person can no longer drive safely. In the early stages of dementia, some—though not all—individuals may still possess skills necessary for safe driving. Most dementia, however, is progressive, meaning that symptoms such as memory loss, visual-spatial disorientation, and decreased cognitive function will worsen over time.

Caring for Adults with Cognitive and Memory Impairment

Caregiving: A Universal Occupation

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