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Welcome to Lewy Body Life

This podcast series was created to help care partners, family and friends understand and navigate the often complex and unpredictable Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) journey. Here real people with real experience and real insight share essential information for caring and coping.

Our podcast has over 4,175 downloads, was recently promoted by the Mayo Clinic, and featured in the April 2024 issue of the Minnesota Healthy Brain Initiative newsletter put out by the Minnesota Department of Health.

We hope our podcast series helps to raise awareness and increase understanding of LBD — and that it guides you to the professional resources you need. We also hope it will help you realize that you’re not alone and that there are strategies and support networks that can aid you in your LBD journey.*

* The podcast hosts are not medical, legal or tax professionals. If you suspect that you or someone you love and/or care for has LBD, seek the appropriate professional advice for your specific situation.

Meet Our Team

Paula, Linda and Ann met at a Lewy Body Dementia support group in the Twin Cities and immediately felt a deep connection based on their shared experiences with LBD. The three agreed there was a wealth of medical information about the disease but very little information about what caregivers encounter and how LBD affects daily living. Lewy Body Life covers those less discussed intimate details to help bridge this gap.




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Our Awesome Supporters

Special thanks to the families in the Minnesota LBD Caregiver Support Group and the Twin Cities Support Group for Persons with Lewy Body Dementia, as well as to our family members and friends, for your financial assistance, input, encouragement and support that make this podcast series possible. We’re all in this together.