The Lewy Body Podcast Playlist: Listen At Your Convenience.
Some people might prefer to have the Tips Blog posts available as a “podcast”, so I am testing this by including several of them below. You can either listen to them here, or download them. And you can always read them as text on the main Tips Blog page as well, which will be the most up-to-date.
The sound quality is not perfected, but if this feature is found to be useful by website visitors, I will significantly improve it, and add to it.
Listen to the Lewy Body Podcast playlist below.
The goal of this website is to provide the most important information to best cope with Lewy Body Dementia. There is an additional focus to provide information particularly pertinent to people who are new to the world of Dementia with Lewy Bodies, and Parkinson’s Disease Dementia. If you have any thoughts on the sound files, or suggestions for topics and posts — I welcome any you may have. I want to make sure the content of this site is as pertinent and high-priority as possible.
I do not record every article as soon as it’s done, but wait until I have incorporated any suggestions or edits to make each piece the best it can be. The articles take a long time to research, write, and edit. The recording is only done when a piece has been effectively and comprehensively edited for clarity and utility. This means that you can usually read newer information a fair while before its recorded for this Lewy Body Dementia Podcast series.
Hoping these provide useful information, and are in a format that is helpful to you!
Additional podcasts of interest
Professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota, Pauline Boss, contends that in many cases grief does not ever really provide “closure” and that the often-referenced “five stages of grief” are misleading. A quote of hers that will be poignant for many people dealing with Lewy Body Dementia is “with ambiguous loss, there is no closure. The challenge is to learn how to live with the ambiguity.”
This 50-minute podcast by Dr. Boss — who coined the term “ambiguous loss” presents a compelling case.
Strength to you!
Updated June 26, 2016