Monthly Archives: December 2015

Putting another year into perspective

While many of the posts that I have submitted over this past year may seem like a lot to take in, I am doing them for the purposes of learning – for my clients and family members as well as … Continue reading

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More on cerebellar injuries – (Posted late on 12/31 from 12/30)

Since we are all now aware that the cerebellum is located just above the brain stem and toward the back of the brain, we should all then realize that in this position the cerebellum should be relatively well protected from … Continue reading

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TBI and the cerebellum – (Posted late on 12/30 from 12/29)

I suppose TBI (traumatic brain injury) is a topic that I like to study for so many reasons. First and foremost, my eldest son, Reese, is studying to become a surgeon for the U.S. Army. For that reason alone TBI … Continue reading

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Interesting facts about the cerebellum – (Posted late on 12/30 from 12/28)

When Reese began discussing the cerebellum with me, I thought it was particularly intoxicating to find out that the cerebellum is considered to be the ‘tree of life’ in our brains. If a cerebellum is dissected, the inner portion looks … Continue reading

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Can I help my clients prevent ACA? – (Posted late on 12/30 from 12/27)

As an elderly caregiver, I make it my special goal to do anything and everything to prevent my clients and loved ones from the risks of any diseases that can and will affect their everyday existence. If I could make … Continue reading

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Can there be complications with ACA? – (Posted late on 12/30 from 12/26)

Acute Cerebellar Ataxia, otherwise being referred to as ACA, may become permanent in some elders if they have suffered from a stroke, an infectious disease or if they are bleeding into their cerebellum. Besides your cerebellum being at higher risk, … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas one and all! – (Posted late on 12/30 from 12/25)

Tonight I am taking a big timeout to wish everyone, clients, family members, readers and everyone else out there a very Merry Christmas! I am not sure about you all, but to me this holiday is all about life and … Continue reading

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