In a recent blog, I discussed “clognition”, a term for that rather vague collection of cognitive symptoms common with Parkinson’s disease. As yet there is no cure for “clognition” but that doesn’t mean it is completely unmanageable. To do so, we need to engage in “human engineering.”
Blog Archive for October 2012
All the PD books on the market talk about changes in cognition. However, as most are written by either patient or neurologist, cognition is not often an area either is well-versed in. As a neuropsychologist, I am frequently called upon to articulate the problem to help the patient’s care team make decisions about medical management, vocation, and treatments, including DBS. This subject is too complex for a single blog, but it is possible to provide at least an overview.