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 Examples of fluctuating cognition and attention 
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Post Re: Examples of fluctuating cognition and attention
So funny that you would mention your LO believing that the yogurt was tainted! I had the exact same experience with my mom about 6 months ago. I didn't know then about food tasting different, or I would have handled it differently. She was still driving then, and had gone to a few different grocery stores and bought different yogurts and was CONVINCED that the yogurt was sour. I tried to appeal to her logic - how could all of the yogurt be spoiled? To no avail.

After I helped her clean out her fridge, I found no less than 5 different brands of peanut butter, all with only like one spoonful eaten. None were any good to her.

It's such a weird disease!

Melissa, caring long distance for her mom (70) diagnosed with LBD in 2011, symptoms arrived with a bang in 2012, currently living in memory care facility.

Tue May 08, 2012 7:35 pm
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