As my husband and I get older, we are starting to think more about the possibility of our parents’ declining health. We know that we may one day have to move one or more of them into our loving home. The responsibility of being an adult caretaker is tremendous. This is especially the case if you must tend to an aging loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. At times, you might feel like disciplining your relative like a child. However, you know that this action would not be practical or dignified. On this blog, you will learn ways to cope with this awesome responsibility of caring for an adult loved one.