My 89 year old patient presented for further evaluation of memory loss. My 89 year old patient presented for further evaluation of memory loss.Past medical history significant for hypertension, glucose intolerance, atrial fibrillation, and hypothyroidism, all well controlled on conventional medical therapies as well as DASH diet. Presents today in the company of her daughter who has taken the day off of work to raise some issues of memory loss with her mother. There is a strong family history of Alzheimer’s Disease and her husband passed away of in-stage dementia about a year ago. She currently live independently, however per the daughter, has been increasingly reliant upon family members and friends for assistance with her IADLs (instrumental daily activities of daily living). Her cognitive testing today is consistent with a dementia, early of the frontal temporal type with perhaps a vascular component.89FemaleMy 89 year old patient presented for further evaluation of memory loss.In addition to a cholinesterase inhibitor, which is not well proven to offer significant benefit in this setting, does anyone know any other treatments that might slow the progression? Is there evidence that hypnosis might help? I am open to anecdotal information as well as scientific-based information.