By Donna Plunkett St. Clair I’ve done it wrong. Not just once, but twice. This is despite having clarity of mission in my aggressively pursued quest to find a good place for my husband, Bruce. Like most caregivers, I had
The time after initial Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) diagnosis is so terribly fraught with emotions, fears, judging, confusion, denial and great sorrow that it’s tough to know what do do next. It may seem like a life sentence. And it
Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) has extremely wide, gut-wrenching fluctuations. It is difficult to know if a drastic change is a Lewy spike, or a potential coffin spike. How can you know? Skip the story, jump to section on: Making the Decision
Something unexpected can always occur. It’s been said, “stuff happens.” But some things should not be allowed to happen. A little foresight and due diligence may save you a great deal of worry, and might even save you from harm.