I'm sure are some of you out there who are caring for someone who does not have dementia, but the vast majority of posts seem to relate to caring for folks with Alzheimer's or other dementia. I know there a lot of commonalities in caregiving issues, no matter the condition, but there are a lot of differences as well. I don't have any particular questions at this time, just wondering what kinds of things other caregivers of non-dementia folks have to say. For example, although my husband has Parkinson's his cognition is still very good (maybe a little more trouble multi-tasking, but he's always kind of been that way). He uses a walker and is extremely careful, so no falls to date (knock wood); he also is very diligent about exercising. We're both sad we can't do things we used to, especially travel long distance, but we're trying to figure that out. He also really misses all the work he used to do outdoors.