Alzheimer is a disease that impacts not only the life of the patients themselves but also that of their caregivers. Indeed, many Alzheimer patients are supported at home by their relatives or home caregiver. The difficulty with dealing with the disease may strongly impact the quality of life of the informal and formal caregivers. The behavior modifications induced by the evolution of the illness can alter the quality of the relationship between the patient and his/her relatives, transforming simple daily activities into overwhelming challenges. A poor-quality relationship between the patient and his or her caregiver is a well-known cause of burden for both the caregivers and patients, it’s a trigger to abandon home care for Alzheimer patients. One source of tension is the misunderstanding of the patient’s behavior and the poor knowledge and insufficient training in order to adopt the proper behavior when interacting with the patient. Learning strategies to cope with the daily life activities is a recognized intervention to mitigate caregivers’ stress.