Dunno whether you caught:Things have settled a bit as regards my Father. Parkinsons is a dreadful disease with awful effects often similar to a stroke. Mental degradation, physical immobility, behavioral issues, and general normal action impairment. Symptoms vary from minute to minute and any form of careing varies from reasonable to downright impossible. <snip>
https://www.radiotimes.com/tv-programme ... episode-2/ transmitted last night. There is some progress being made -- but from what you describe perhaps ineffective by now?
Had a test for it at my GP who asked me to remember an address and then perform some other tests when randomly she'd ask me for the address again. Well, as my last job was as a Met call receipt 999 operator/dispatcher, a previous practiced skill is hardly ever lost even with early signs of mental degredation. I'd demanded the senility testing coz my right hand shake has increased over the years (sporadic) -- particularly when just about to put the soup spoon to my lips
As a former telegraphist the shake is something that will occasionally occur. But weirdly goes away when I'm back in front of a morse key. I try to go to the Titanic tribute radio station every year at Fort Perch Rock, New Brighton
https://www.radioofficers.com/galleries ... ch-museum/
Bests in empathy...