Articles written by Dr Jamie Wilson

How to recognise cognitive impairment in a loved one

You can recognise cognitive impairment in a loved one by paying attention to their ability to recall names, carry out simple tasks, and keep track of their belongings. As time goes by you may face the role of looking after your parents as they age. One problem that can cause particular concern is worsening memory leading …

6 May, 2014

What is reminiscence therapy?

Reminiscence therapy taps into the long-term memories of those who have dementia, stimulating their deeper recollections. Memory problems often affect older people, particularly those suffering from dementia. In Dementia, short-term memory is affected more than long-term memories of childhood and earlier life, as the disease process of dementia typically affects parts of the brain (hippocampus) that …

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