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Dementia Diagnosis: Keeping an open mind

Over the last ten+ years of seeing patients in my private practice, I have seen a number of people who have erroneously been diagnosed with a form of dementia. Many have radically changed their lives – say, by resigning from their job, or moving house – because they have been told their cognition and ability to function day to day wi...

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Dementia and the impact of social withdrawal

One of the main challenges for those living with dementia is social withdrawal. This is not good for anyone, let alone someone whose psychological vulnerability is magnified by the experience of dementia. Disengagement of this kind leads to a loss of confidence, which becomes a vicious cycle, and there comes a point when it can be near impossi...

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Demystifying Cognitive Impairment Assessment

One thing that has repeatedly struck me in my years working with people with dementia and their loved ones and carers is that the process of evaluating cognitive impairment, including dementia, is somewhat of a mystery to those I see.                     Sometimes, this uncertainty about ...

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How to best care for someone with dementia

            Having dementia can create a number of challenges, both for the person with the condition, but also for their carer. In order to understand the optimal way of providing care, it is helpful to remember several things. Dr Kailas speaks with Inside Aging ... Read Article ...

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What preventative measures can we take in midlife to improve our cognitive health?

Dr Kailas Roberts talks about brain health with Greg and Jason from Mid Life Athlete. They talk about how to improve your mental and physical health and reduce your risk of dementia in later life. ...

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