Lourdes Esteban MD

9921 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 748-9282
Contact: Esteban, Lourdes Pineda
Business Description: To see if this provider is board certified go to www.abms.org. There are 2 doctors at this site. Surgery is not performed at this site.
Services: Neurologist
On Angie's List Since: 10/9/2008
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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How to improve communication with a family member who has dementia

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Robin Holmquist cherished the time she spent with her father, who has dementia, at her wedding last summer in Hawaii. (Photo courtesy of Robin Holmquiest)
Robin Holmquist cherished the time she spent with her father, who has dementia, at her wedding last summer in Hawaii. (Photo courtesy of Robin Holmquiest)

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia can stunt communication, but experts say simple strategies can make it easier to reconnect with a family member.

Dealing with dementia: Tips for caregivers to communicate better

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Experts say simple strategies like showing affection can help couples connect when dementia makes it harder to communicate with words. (Photo courtesy of the Alzheimer's Association)
Experts say simple strategies like showing affection can help couples connect when dementia makes it harder to communicate with words. (Photo courtesy of the Alzheimer's Association)

Experts advise caregivers on how to better communicate with loved ones who have dementia, from changing sentence structure to minding nonverbal cues.

How to identify a concussion and when to seek help

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Illustration by Jake Lee
Illustration by Jake Lee

Concussion symptoms can range, so it's important to know how to identify signs a person has suffered a concussion and when to seek medical attention.

Research aids in improving concussion treatment

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Brenda McKenzie says dinner time can prove hectic, from making food to helping her kids, but she's getting used to multitasking again following her concussion. (Photo by Linda Johnson)
Brenda McKenzie says dinner time can prove hectic, from making food to helping her kids, but she's getting used to multitasking again following her concussion. (Photo by Linda Johnson)

Experts say research programs, like the General Electric and NFL "Head Health Challenge," are needed to further develop concussion treatment options.

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