Have your ever forgotten where you are going or can’t remember your schedule? How many times have your heard a family member say, “Where are my keys?” or “Where are my books?” How about the friend who constantly says, “I’d love to go, yet I’m exhausted.” How often have you complained of these symptoms and turned to the internet looking for help and advice?
The average diet in the 1950’s was not made up of processed or fast food. Home cooking was still the norm. The work day was from 9am to 5pm, and families actually sat down together to eat dinner. Nowadays, most families are double income. Work days are longer, with some people working up to 14 hours a day.
In my blog, An Integrative Brain Injury Treatment Approach, I presented to you my 5 Prong Approach along with a list of the various Brain Health Experts that are on my integrative team. I also mentioned I would be presenting more in-depth information about each team member in the following weeks. In my last blog, I presented to you Yvonne Tam. In this blog, I am presenting to you Amy Karas MS, CCC-SLP our Speech-Language Pathologist, who is specialized in memory problems and improving organization skills.
This morning I wrote a lengthy blog on Psychology Today entitled “Do you have a Memory Problem?” This blog is divided into 3 parts, the understanding of memory, causes, and methods and treatments that help.