10 things I wish I had known sooner

Our Mum died from dementia with Lewy bodies. Caring for someone with dementia can be frustrating, stressful and completely overwhelming and the following are the 10 things that I learnt […]
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2018 Art Show and LBDA Fundraiser, in the history books!

Recently my family hosted an art show/fundraiser with my LBD husband’s oil paintings, prints, and notecards; all on display, and for sale at a local gallery. This was our second […]
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3 things I learned about me and my Lewy body dementia on my European vacation

My recent ‘bucket list’ trip to Europe, a quest planned by my three daughters after my diagnosis late last year of Lewy body dementia, brought with it three revelations about […]
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30 Minutes of Wonderful

I met my husband when I was 47. He was a 59 year old widower. He asked me out 3 times over 8 months before I accepted, and I only […]
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A Disease Masked by Many Different Symptoms

July 21, 2013, I lost the love of my life. He was only 59. We have been together for 10 years and married for the last 5. When we met […]
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A Fast Onset LBD Journey: He Is Still In There

Dad started working when he was 10. You see, many little boys. born in the Great Depression and growing up though the WWII years started looking for their first pennies […]
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A Good, Clean, Healthy Life & then…

My wonderful husband was a high school track & football athlete. Served 3 yrs in the US Army, fathered 3 healthy children, loved Canadian cold water fishing & camping, didn’t […]
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A hard Beginning of My Life

February 2009 My father has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. My mom was telling me about all the symptoms of it and what it will cause in the future. I […]
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A life without cause is a life without effect

What do you mean he lost the car? He grew up in that town how could he misplace the car? This was the single biggest incident that had happened to […]
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A Little Pinch Goes a Long Way… to Advancing LBD Research

Being diagnosed with LBD “hit him like a ton of bricks,” said Bob Rodgers, 71 of New Jersey. He’d already learned a little bit about LBD after a neurologist said […]
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