The Washington Post: “My wife says that I love my work too much to ever retire. Perhaps she is right. However, my experiences as a neurologist and clinical director of an Alzheimer center have led me to think a lot about the circumstances under which it would be wise to move on. In fact, having reached my 60s — thereby joining the fastest-growing segment of our population — I have been considering what changes in my cognitive capacity would lead me to no longer wish to keep on working.”
Reflections of a Dementia Specialist: I Want to Stop Working Before I Embarrass Myself
By On the Net|2018-04-23T10:57:57+00:00April 23rd, 2018|
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