Although Mr. Schultz had dementia, his wife was the perfect caregiver . . .

As Mrs. Schultz was still quite healthy and mentally sharp, she could take care of her husband while we took care of all the other chores.

A highly respected and well-loved pharmacist in the town, Mr. Schultz had served his community for many years. After his retirement, however, he and his wife moved into our retirement community because he had developed dementia . . .

“We just have ‘knock down, drag out’ arguments with our dad . . . ”

“We just have ‘knock down, drag out’ arguments with our dad . . . ”

The son came into our community looking into a memory care apartment for his father. He and his brother were having challenges with him, he said. “What kind of challenges?” I asked . . .