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really? you follow my posts .... thank you for showing an interest. at this stage i dont really want to go into full details so publicly. i was just looking through to see if there were any possibility. i am jut a bit deflated at the moment. but basically his sudden ability to go about everyday life now i have said i will no longer be his carer.
My husband was originally diagnosed with atypical Alzheimer’s on 8th July, 2014. In December last year he was considered by the consultant to be non diagnosed. I believe that my husband has some form of dementia and I have always thought that the consultant didn’t really know what was wrong in all the years he was treating him. He has had extensive testing twice, three years apart, by a highly qualified neuropsychologist and that revealed worsening cognitive defects.well...I cant believe seeing this here today. I had come on to ask the question.... 'Is it possible to get wrong diagnosis!' I am beginning to wonder if the person I am/was carer for really has dementia. Or certainly not at the level he had been suggesting. i am ata a loss and feel totally hoodwinked and taken for a mug
The particular unit where this man was diagnosed is nurse led. This is where I took my mum, the nurse does the tests and interviews, shows notes to doctor who prescribes……we never saw a doctor!
Was this the case in 2014? A lot can happen in 8 years.