We return on Thursday 30th for the appointment with the Consultant Oncologist to hear the result of the scan.
I had a visit yesterday from an Acquired Brain Injury Occupational Therapist attached to Headway in Worcester. She was very useful in explaining the likely causes of some of the problems I am having in doing more complex tasks - absorbing and understanding information, misreading and using wrong words in speech, and route-finding, for example.
And a chance brief chat Jane had with her GP who mentioned Receptive Sensory (and Expressive) Dysphasia - a long name for using the wrong words and phrases at times, and misunderstanding other people. It is good to know from both of them that it isn't unusual given the circumstances, and I'm not going mad!! Just hope it improves with the help and support the OT promised and has been ages coming!
P.S. The shorter post and shorter words is entirely due to this being done on my own and not by Jane!!