Daddy, it’s me, Sean!

A while back, Our teenage son had a pretty emotional moment. He was trying to talk to his daddy but he wasn’t making any connection with him. His daddy just […]
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Helping LBD Resident Navigate LTC

Linda H., at her stage of LBD, is thriving in full time nursing home care. Living alone had become frightening for her. Now, she enjoys sitting by the nurse’s station […]
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Barbara Leipow – Dorothy Mangurian Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient

Barbara Leipow is one of the recipients of this year’s Dorothy Mangurian Volunteer of the Year Award. Her background in nursing and personal experience with LBDA help her provide experienced […]
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Kathy Teyler Jarrett – Dorothy Mangurian Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient

Kathy Teyler Jarrett is one of two recipients for this year’s Dorothy Mangorian Volunteer of the Year Award. She is dedicated to supporting the LBD community through service, and she […]
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Husband

I am my wife’s primary provider and caregiver and we are both retired as of June, 2018. In November, 2017 my wife, Debbie, was diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment in […]
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A Mother Managing Lewy

Michelle Pagans, a 53-year-old mother to a teen daughter and 27-year-old son, is taking on motherhood and Lewy body dementia (LBD) at the same time. In 2018, she started experiencing […]
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Lewy Bodies – Our Story

We first noticed something was not quite right when my Dad turned 75. He had continually worked part time in a delivery job but had been forced to give it […]
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The Man in the Mirror

My dad was a great father, husband, Papa, funny, loving, personable, smart, jack of all trades, with the most beautiful blue eyes that friends and family still talk about. Dad […]
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My Dad

September 2018 my Dad ended up in the hospital with fluid on his heart. After suffering 3 heartattacks during his life time and a triple bypass the year before. This […]
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The Strength of Deborah

Lewy body dementia (LBD) does not pick and choose who it will affect. LBD does not care about status, or what kind of support you may or may not have. […]
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