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Luetkemeyer addressed how law firms, colleagues and others can react in an appropriate manner if they suspect a fellow attorney is struggling with cognitive impairments, with the panelists focusing their attention primarily on Alzheimer’s Disease. It is often difficult to identify Alzheimer's early on, according to Dinwiddie. But, he said, those close to the person should not shrug off small signs such as behavioral changes, memory loss, confusion, judgment problems, or a loss of social skills. “The problem, of course, with high performing individuals with a lot of cognitive reserve [such as lawyers], is that you can lose an awful lot before it rises to the level where people are starting to fail the tests physicians use,” making it even more difficult to identify in those people, he explained. It is important to keep in mind that one symptom of the disease is a difficulty with judgment, which can further compound the confusion surrounding getting someone help, he added. Lawyers who are confronted by colleagues, management, or loved ones with concerns may lash out, deny there is a problem, and accuse others of attacking them for nefarious purposes. “There’s a neurological piece of this. The illness can rob one of the ability to self-monitor. A person can lose their awareness of the illness,” Dinwiddie said.
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