My mother has been dealing with dementia for quite a while and now my dad is getting worse. I cherish the moments I have with them even if our conversations might not make sense to most. I know they are safe, taken care of, and loved. I am grateful to my sister Asia and my brother-in-love, Tom. They have willingly been the primary guardians of our 88-year-old mother and 92-year-old father. Responsibility usually falls on the main caregiver and it is not easy. Natali Edmonds, PhD, founder of Dementia Careblazers is a board certified geropsychologist who is passionate about making sure all dementia caregivers have access to trustworthy information and support. Natali will share how to care for our loved ones with dementia without confusion, overwhelm, or dread.