Badges (1)

About

Health Interests
Ear, nose and throat disorders, Neurology (brain and nervous system)

Groups (1)

Posts (14)

Dec 22, 2019 · My Cochlear Implant - a journal in Hearing Loss

Did he say that's what he was doing or is that your surmise? Of course he could say that's what he was doing rather than treat you in an offensive manner!

Dec 21, 2019 · My Cochlear Implant - a journal in Hearing Loss

Quite the story you have here. It is not clear to me what you think caused the reversal in his obnoxious attitude???

Nov 30, 2019 · Hearing loss and memory in Hearing Loss

Mary- I think you make some very important points. I especially appreciate your last paragraph here which serves as re-enforcement for what I have already mostly learned. It's good to be reminded! Funny that I think you wrote the word "expect" when I believe you meant ":except".?

Nov 26, 2019 · Involving Caregivers in the Dementia Healthcare Team in Living with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

From all of the talk about Habit here, I so wish that I could participate but the only way I might is if I'm ready to fly some distance for it. If I had the time which I currently don't, I would try to find the equivalent of a Habit in NYC. At any rate, I think what Debbra says here about time for the partners is so important. A rationale, for working with the partners, if it were needed, is that doing so further helps the person with MCI.

Nov 3, 2019 · Hearing Loss: Come introduce yourself and connect with others in Hearing Loss

What did you want stem cells for? (BB from NYC!)

Oct 25, 2019 · Appreciation from (and to) A Recent Graduate in Living with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

Thanks again for your comments. The way I read their wording, I thought they were talking about couples – in the narrow sense or just one sense of the word!

Oct 24, 2019 · Appreciation from (and to) A Recent Graduate in Living with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

Thanks much for your comments. When was it that you were checking out MCI programs? Looks like the closest to me in NYC. would be the place you went – Jacksonville. The irony is that it looks like the Habit people are not interested in working with widows or widowers who don't have a partner! 🙁 But I may follow up with your suggestion of talking with them on the phone anyway. If I weren't so busy already (partly thanks to the MCI) I would consider seeing about advocating for something like that here in the Big City! 🙂

Oct 23, 2019 · Appreciation from (and to) A Recent Graduate in Living with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)

Does anyone know how I, from NYC, might find a similar program such as HABIT?