Various drug approaches to the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) have had disappointing outcomes. Such behavioral approaches as stressing the importance of healthy relationships, exercise, and nutrition are better than nothing, but clinicians do not have much hope to offer patients and their families. For proof, look no further than the high rate of caregiver burnout and compassion fatigue.—ROSALEEN STONE, PMHNP, PsyD, McMinnville, Ore. (146-24)