Does this sound like your house? Piles of books and paper teetering on counters, multiple wires tangled in a mess on the floor or cabinets packed to overflowing? When a person with dementia comes to live in your home, this chaos may not only be confusing, it can also be risky. Streamlining living spaces and determining whether common items can pose a threat are essential chores for anyone housing a person with dementia. Blogger Mike Good, whose website Together in This is devoted to helping Alzheimer’s caregivers, has published a simple series of checklists to help ensure your home is safe and sound for impaired residents. To view and download his useful e-book on this topic, Read This.