For Early Onset Dementia Patients, Workplace Fraught With Worry

When Diane Thornton first realized she was having trouble keeping track of appointments, she would write herself reminder notes. When she got lost on her way to the office, she'd call her secretary and ask for directions. On days she had trouble speaking or remembering words, she would avoid answering her phone. But when in her psychotherapist practice she could not remember her patients' names, could not recognize the notes she had written in their files, could not understand the mounting...Full Story
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