Category Archives: Specialist

The “We’s” Have It

Whether you are introvert, extrovert, caregiver or care recipient one variable that proves powerful in health research is social support. As the national and international discussion swirls around the dangers of the “lone wolf” the value of spending time with … Continue reading

Posted in #dementiathrive, Alzheimer's Social Support, Caregiver, caregiver research, Psychosocial health, Specialist | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Further Neurology Diagnostics

My dementia spouse immersion program is proceeding with intensity and verve. After our first brush with a neurologist whose diagnosis of MCI reported on earlier this year; we decided to seek further information. With our home-base being in the Caribbean, … Continue reading

Posted in dementia denial, Dementia Diagnosis, Specialist | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Not All Specialists Are Special

We were recently referred to a neurologist based on my husband’s feeling that he was losing his memory. At the age of 64, his general practitioner agreed that it was an issue worth investigating. This is a life curve that … Continue reading

Posted in Care Options, Caregiver, Specialist | Tagged | 1 Comment