People with dementia have difficulty performing daily care activities, and they depend on others to assist with their care. People with mild and moderate dementia usually have a routine that enables them to maintain some independence. They may depend on a step-by-step process or the provision of cues and verbal prompts. Any change in their environment or caregiver situation can disrupt their routines and increase their dependency on others. This chapter helps the reader to learn how to identify the level of assistance that is most appropriate for the person with dementia. It discusses the nursing interventions to address issues related to eating and nursing interventions to address issues related to bathing, dressing, and personal care. The chapter explains how to promote bladder and bowel continence. It concludes with a discussion of nursing interventions to facilitate administration of medications and treatments and to promote sleep.