Posterior Cortical Atrophy Presentation
OR How to Drive your Neurologist Nuts
By Cecil F. Ristow III; May 2015
In speaking with my future neurologist, I am trying to relate my experiences with PCA,
as my present neurologists are stumped.
This may not be a fair assumption.
It is, however, accurate.
There is no cure.
There is hope for a better life.
- * Through Education
- * Commitment
- * Learning how to do things differently
- * Perseverance
- * Association with proactive carers and companions
FIRST (be Militant)
- * Exercise
- * Exercise in a chair
- * Exercise in bed
- * Exercise your sense of humor
- * Exercise humility
- * Exercise joy
- * Exercise 6 inch curls (ice cream cones)
- * Get your affairs in order
- * Simplify your life
- * Discover old hobbies or make new ones
- * Find a reason to get up in the morning
- * If it doesn’t make you happy get rid of it
- * Join a safe group
- (remember:~friends don’t mess with your mind, break your stuff or take your money~)
(Because I have PCA and can’t count)
LIFE is Forever
and there’s no time limit on that!
By Cecil F. Ristow III
See “Companion” written while I was still teaching special Ed.
Full of caretaking ideals and methods that work.
Index page for Cecil is here >> https://truthfulkindness.com/index-persons-with-dementia-pwd/cecil-ristow/
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