Some people prefer Facebook more than websites. In the interests of broader public education, a Lewy Body Dementia page on Facebook was launched in 2016. Whenever I see something that is significant, applicable and valuable to the community, it will be posted there. Every post will be personally analyzed to ensure a higher level of trust and legitimacy and will have a summary or comment to allow very quick scanning, to keep the page easy to search, and to save you time in case a specific article is not going to be what you’re looking for.

Below, you’ll find the five most recent posts, which is automatically updated. There is a great deal of online content that is specifically intended to sensationalize, manipulate, provoke, deceive or get visibility for the wrong reasons. Finding, reading, researching, and analyzing each article takes significant time, and I strive to ensure that only the best and most trustworthy appears here.

Click the Facebook page and “like” or “follow” it to see the posts on your Facebook timeline as they are added, and as Facebook allows with their algorithms. I will ensure that this is never overwhelming, off-topic, or insensitive.

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I am not entirely sold on the idea of Facebook, but I absolutely agree it is critical to get information out to the broader public. If this doesn’t work well, it will be retired. Make sure you join a support group for Lewy Body Dementia — there are options online, by email, phone or in-person.

Strength to all!
Timothy Hudson

Updated September 21, 2018