Just needing to talk with someone who will understand. My husband (age 79) has been diagnosed with MCI. He has a terrible Essential Tremor; received his first Deep Brain Stimulator (DBS) in 2016. At that time he received a neuropsychological evaluation by a PsyD in neuropsychology at the UC Neuroscience Institute. The result was MCI. I didn't see it as he was on an extremely high does of primidone; I thought that had effected his behavior. He was recently retested after receiving his second stimulator and the results were conclusive for MCI with some decline since the first test. After reading everything I can get my hands on, I believe that he has the type of MCI that leads to Alzheimer's. More than his memory is effected. His mother had AD. Thankfully he is still very independent, capable of daily activities and still able to maintain his work on the farm-preparing the fields, planting alfalfa, maintaining barns, equipment, etc. I do notice slight changes in judgement. Gradually he has accepted the diagnosis of MCI. We have discussed it with his PC Doc and she has prescribed medication. Although what I have read, medication is of little to no value. I have talked with him about the HABIT program at Mayo and think that we might explore that this winter when the farm is not as demanding. If we could arrange to do it on line-we are not going anywhere due to COVID. Actually at this point the tremor is more a handicap than the MCI. I just wonder how quickly the MCI could progress. Yesterday he did not remember the last four digits of his SS #. Am I getting paranoid? Are we doing all that we can to slow the progression? Should we be seeing a Dr. who specializes in dementia? Reaching out for help and understanding.