My husband had a neuro-psych last summer for suspicion of dementia or Alzheimer's. Because of Covid, I believe the exam was cut short. He was in testing for only an hour! The person who did the evaluation diagnosed him with "Sluggish Cognitive Tempo" and said his memory issues were due to this and low testosterone (which he has been on treatment for). However, I am noticing a decline in his memory and mental state. This morning, he became very agitated because he said we were supposed to meet his son and family for lunch at noon and it was 11:30 am and I was not ready. I told him we were meeting them on Saturday and today is Friday. He became beligerent and insisted it was Saturday. I told him to check his phone and he saw it was only Friday. I also just checked a checkbook that he had been keeping for his Mom (she recently died) and everything is in the wrong columns....and he was not even carrying forward a balance. He had the been putting the amount of the check in the balance column. All the columns were messed up. He is 69. I am 60. He says he refuses to have further testing because they told him he was fine. He is forgetting conversations we had...sometimes that we had MANY times. It is never his fault. Nothing ever is. What do I do now???