Think about this possibility: a person living with dementia suddenly, for an isolated moment, return to normalcy, not by some mysterious wave in brain functioning, but by the person’s mind distancing itself from the brain? In its earliest infant stage and even throughout the end stages of dementia, many persons living with Alzheimer’s disease are aware that something is wrong even when they can’t express their feelings. The individual is having extreme difficulties communicating and sharing information with others. Again, something is just not right. According to Alexander Batthyany, Ph.D., Professor of Cognitive Sciences, Vienna University . . .
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