Category Archives: The Decision Process

Are you an Invisible Patient?

“Are you an Invisible Patient” After reading “Seeing the Invisible Patient” in the New York Times (11/17/2014, Jane Gross), I realize that caregivers are often invisible patients.  A caregiver often cares for others because it is what is expected.  Regularly … Continue reading

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Dementia…Now What?

Dementia…Now What?  Dementia appears to be the new cancer for the 21st century.  Although there are different types of dementia such as Alzheimer’s, Vascular dementia, Lewy body, etc. they all share a common problem …Memory Loss. What do you do … Continue reading

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Trading Places: 5 Tips to Parenting Your Parents

What do you remember about your parents?   Their strength and ability to endure; keeping things together regardless of the circumstance; and always knowing the right answer? Regardless, they did a great job raising you!  As an adult your life is … Continue reading

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Memory Checklist

This questionnaire will determine if your loved one may have some form of dementia.  You must answer all eleven questions.  Your answers do not mean the person has Alzheimer’s disease, but that a doctor’s visit is needed for the proper … Continue reading

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