In order to create the best life for those living with dementia, it is important to foster inclusion and normality. Dr. Power describes how even well-meaning care partners and family members can limit people’s rights through stigmas, self-fulfilling prophecies, and an overemphasis on safety that can actually be more harmful to the person. Using real-life stories and examples, he illustrates how a relational approach can be employed that negotiates risk to optimize choice and well-being.