Ellen and Randy’s Story

Randolph “Randy” Cook is 70 years old and was a care partner to his wife Ellen. She began displaying symptoms of Lewy body dementia (LBD) in 2016. Later that year, […]
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Dennis’ Story

Dennis was diagnosed with Lewy body dementia (LBD) in June of 2020. His two daughters share responsibility in caring for their father. One daughter handles more of the day-to-day functions […]
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A Painful Journey

My Pops was always full of life and had smile for everyone. No such thing as a stranger… just a friend he hadn’t met yet. He was thankful for each […]
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Something’s Wrong With Me!

On the morning of July 28, 2020 my father’s life came to an end after a brief battle with Lewy body dementia. The life of an otherwise healthy, vibrant and […]
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Mary Alice Jackson, Our Journey Comes To An End

When we did the last interview In August 2020, I had just moved Mom, Mary Alice, from memory care into my townhome. During that time, my husband and I decided […]
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Lillian O’Connor – Finding Strength While Living with LBD

Lillian O’Connor was a churchgoing, avid reader. Prior to she and her husband downsizing, her home was filled with books. She now carries her Kindle wherever she goes and remains […]
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A Former Care Partner Supports the LBD Community

Pat was in real estate and her husband, Art, were hoping to retire soon. It started with shaking and he would eventually be diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. A year later, […]
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Dennis Pack Traverses the Appalachian Trail for LBD Awareness

Dennis Pack is a 59-year-old father to two adult children, and a grandfather to two girls. He has been married 37 years and he is a family man. It is […]
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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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