living with LBD: the firsthand
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Imagine, you are in a plane at 10,000 feet riding comfortably, without a care. Then, the pilot dons a parachute and jumps out. Now, what do you do? Believe it or not, this is what it is like...read story
Vickie met her husband, Paul, the first day of college in 1972. A woman was playing the piano in the campus cafeteria. Vickie caught Paul’s eye and he approached her for a date. It was love at...read story
My kind and loving mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's when it became obvious that her memory was impaired. She was put on drugs to treat Alzheimer's, which did nothing to improve her...read story
I wrote “Aging with Dignity” 1 year 2 months ago, based on my experience as a Family Caregiver for Linda H, who lives on her own with LBD. In the article, I promised that I would maintain as much of...read story
I am going to tell our story of our fight with LBD ... Let me start at the beginning. Daddy had corneal transplants. We would joke back and forth (daddy and I) about him getting the surgery and how...read story
My mother, Alice, was originally diagnosed with Alzheimer's around 2001, but had adverse reactions to the medication prescribed by her doctor. After several setbacks that required additional...read story