Hello there. I am new to Talking Point. My 68 year-old husband has not yet been diagnosed, but has been having….cognitive issues…for some time. Most recently, after a trip to the UK (we live in the USA) over Christmas, he has had several episodes of believing that I am an impostor. Most of the time I can deal with this, by going along with it, but we had a sticky situation at Border Control coming back into the US when he told the agents that I wasn't really his wife. Inevitably I have spent a lot of time on Google and have read up on Capgras Syndrome, which seems to be what we are faced with. Do any readers have any experience of this? And are any readers living in the USA? I'm in Massachusetts, I'm British, I'm resident in France, my husband is resident in the US, and we run a business (or try to!) in France. So I've got a whole lot of complicated bureaucratic stuff to do, in a system that I don't really understand. This is really a message in a bottle saying, Help!!! And what a relief to have somewhere to write some of this down. My husband is seeing a neurologist this week (ostensibly for a problem of recurring cold feet), and I have got a message to this doctor to let him know what is going on. I'll let you know what happens. My husband and I lead a very isolated life. He really doesn't want to be left alone, except when I have to leave the house to make way for his real wife ). I am very aware of the danger of being too worried and stressed out myself to help him in the way that he needs. We have friends and family around us in Massachusetts, but I'm not quite sure how to ask for help, and what help to ask for at this stage. I'm also not sure at what stage I should include our two children (aged 26 and 21) in the discussion. They are both at university in the US at the moment. Any advice?