Welcome to Mindful Monday! When you are a care partner with a person experiencing memory loss, encountering agitation or aggressive behaviors can be part of the disease progression. A person with dementia may feel agitated or irritable. They may fidget, tap their fingers, or make other repetitive movements. They also may walk up and down, move objects around or fixate on tasks such as tidying. Or they may try to leave the house. These behaviors can be just as challenging for the person living with dementia as for those supporting them. Join Shannon Braun, director of ERS' Center for Memory Support and Inclusion, as she shares some important tips for care partners who are managing agitation or aggressive behaviors. For more Mindful Monday Videos, click here.