Holidays can be especially challenging for the six million Americans with Alzheimer’s disease and the families who love and care for them. Young children may have difficulty reconciling the season’s joy with the confusion, fear, or sadness that surface when a loved one no longer recognizes their face or remembers their name. November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, and the research of Rutgers University–Camden psychologists Sean Duffy and Lauren Daniel offers insight into how children and their families can navigate the disease while providing support to relatives with Alzheimer’s and dementia. To read the full story.