Dementia With Lewy Bodies – Experiencing Extra Voices

 

 

 

We have published a new article about hearing voices as a consequence of dementia with lewy bodies.

Dementia with Lewy Bodies (LBD) is a form of dementia which has symptoms that are similar to Alzheimer’s Disease and Parkinson’s Disease. It affects 10-15% of people living with dementia. In the early stages, and as the disease progresses, hearing voices is common. This can be disorienting and confusing, both for the person living with dementia, and for their friends, families and carers. It is very important how you react and deal with these voices.

Read the full article here

Jane Fisher, has written this article especially for our website.

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