When my family first suspected that my father had Alzheimer's disease we could not find a doctor who could help us. We found one psychiatrist who advertised in the yellow pages an "interest in Alzheimer's". That was in the mid-1980s. A lot has changed since then. There is a lot of support for people with dementia, and for their family and caregivers. Diagnostic accuracy has improved. Medical interventions have improved, and so have behavioral/environmental interventions.
Gary Goodman, Ph.D.
Geriatric Psychology is my main thing: The purpose of this blog is to share ideas related to the fields of psychology, dementia and healthcare...or whatever else you want.