Category Archives: memory loss

A fatal brain wasting disease

Early diagnosis is crucial

I know how difficult it can be to accept, when you can see there is clearly something amiss with mum or dad or grandparents in terms of their memory. As we gradually become the parents and watch them enter into older age and become more confused and agitated, it becomes difficult to know what to […]

Amazon book 1 Now available

My first pocket guide The Symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease & ten steps in how to obtain  a diagnosis is now available on Amazon Kindle. The Amazon link is http://www.amazon.co.uk/Reg-ebook/dp/B007ZD7V1Q/ref=sr_1_7?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1336116749&sr=1-7  – this will take you to my books page. Second book will be available soon on amazon as well will the others.

Author – initiative leader- Jane Cooper

Jane Cooper is the author of the Reg…. pocket books series. These pocket books have been designed, written and created to give you, the reader a useful set of specific guidelines to follow, when you are concerned about someone’s memory which details what to do, where to go and how to cope. They give clear […]

Alzheimer’s disease and understanding the anger

There are two points I wish to make in relation to the emotion of anger. One is the massive disappointment that this disease is about to enter into your life. This was not the life you bargained for, robbed of your retirement maybe and fear of what may or may not lie ahead in your own […]

Memory clinic- Southend Essex

There are two steps that are undertaken at the Memory clinic . The referral made by the GP will prompt an assessment, such as a blood test, brain scan and an Ecg. Following the test the results will follow and the Dr and a pshyciatrist will make a decision as to the appropriate course of action and […]