Monthly Archives: May 2015

Is what some experience ADD, ADHD or Alzheimer’s or Dementia? (Posted late on 05/24 from 05/23)

According to Thomas E. Brown, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine and Associate Director of the Yale Clinic for Attention and Related Disorders, some of the patients that come to see him are … Continue reading

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Why are seniors diagnosed with Dementia so hyper?

By doing more research, I discovered that seniors that have been diagnosed with Dementia tend to have hyperactivity disorder for many reason. Some of these include: 1. Amphetamine abuse 2. Brain damage 3. Delirium 4. Encephalitis 5. Lead poisoning 6. … Continue reading

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What we know for sure (Posted late on 05/24 from 05/22)

According to http://www.additudemag.com/q&a/ask_the_add_medical_expert/7265.html most likely also posted in 2011, it is stated that ADD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) cannot cause Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia, but that is still not the question that I want answered now is it? However, I … Continue reading

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ADHD and Dementia link

As I revealed last night, researchers in Argentina were devoted to finding similar answers to the questions I am having today. I am seeking to find if people with Dementia develop a sort of ADD while they were looking for … Continue reading

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Research on ADD/ADHD and future Dementia has revealed the following

While many of my families of seniors in my care continue to ask if ADD and Dementia are related, the latest research was proposed over four years ago. I am not even certain if the research I am conducting actually … Continue reading

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New question posed to me is if ADD/ADHD is related to Dementia (Posted late on 05/21/15 from 05/20/15)

If you have ever worked as an elderly caregiver, you may realize that seniors with Dementia seem to have some form of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). They are constantly changing their attention from one thing to another within seconds. Perhaps … Continue reading

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I wonder how much time is left

One of my clients will be moving into the Convalescent Center soon. This will present me with a big change in my life! Since we all have to wait for a spot to open up, we are all just waiting … Continue reading

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