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Your father has spent his entire life as an independent individual. You see him as an example of strength and confidence. Chances are, you're easily able to call to mind many times when your father did plenty of amazing things. Unfortunately, as he's gotten older, it has become more difficult for him to complete a number of tasks that he once handled with ease--and driving now tops the list. When the time comes to tell Dad that he's no longer able to drive, make sure you take his feelings into consideration.
As a caregiver, it is important to plan ways to get a break from the stress, and family vacations are an ideal way to unwind. Yet, caring for someone with dementia does require you to be more careful when planning for your accommodations. Fortunately, it is possible to bring your loved one along on the next family vacation by using these three tips for finding dementia-friendly places to visit.