Memory Glitches and Executive Functioning

Sharing useful information from Madelyn.

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

MEMORY ISSUES:

AGING Executive Functions and Alphabet Disorders
(ADD/HD-EFD, TBI, ABI, OCD, ODD, ASD, PDA, PDD, MDD, MS, etc.)

©Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, MCC, SCAC
Reflections from theMemory IssuesSeries:
Forgetting/Remembering | When Memory Fails

BlankMemoryMEMORY: Movin’ it IN – Movin’ it OUT

With Alzheimer’s getting so much press these days (and with adequate mental healthcare for Americans unlikely for the next four years or more, since extremely short-sighted House Republicans are willing to vote in accord with the unconscionable desires of the billionaire in office) —most of us are likely to be more than a little fearful when our memory slips, even a bit.

Understanding how memory works can help us all calm down —
about at least that much.

As I mentioned in When Memory Fails – Part 2, the process of memory storage is an extremely important…

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6 thoughts on “Memory Glitches and Executive Functioning

  1. Thanks so much for sharing my latest memory article with your readers, Eugenia. I also want to thank you for the memory jog – lol 🙂

    Seeing the peace and light candles on your sidebar reminded me that I intended to add one to mine. My new Daytimer arrived while I was away (my brain!), so I need to set it up and put things on my list or I’ll space them out again, wandering the internet trapped in hyperfocus.

    I have RELIED on this paper format to stay even remotely on purpose since I was 18 years old. The LAST thing I need is to try to track on line (where the “while I’m at it”-s always waylay me) – and I don’t do ANYTHING on that teensy too-smart-for-ME phone but dial and talk! 🙂
    xx,
    mgh

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