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Also available on demand Sept. 7 – Nov. 3, 2024

Exploring Other Dementias: LBD, FTD, Vascular & Mixed

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Includes one complimentary Continuing Education (CE) credit. 

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The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, and we hear a lot about it. However, there are several types of dementia less likely to get the spotlight, but that still impact hundreds of thousands of individuals and their families. Join this webinar for an exploration of the lesser-known dementias. We'll navigate the complexities of Lewy Body Dementia (LBD), Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD), Vascular Dementia, and Mixed Dementia. Join us to gain a deeper understanding of the unique challenges and characteristics associated with each type, so you are empowered to enhance care and support for individuals affected by these various forms of dementia. Don't miss this opportunity to broaden your insights into the world of dementia beyond Alzheimer's.

Participants in this webinar will be able to:

  • Review the definition of dementia.
  • Understand the other types of dementia including Lewy Body Dementia, Frontotemporal Dementia, Vascular Dementia and Mixed Dementia.
  • Learn the unique challenges and characteristics of each type of dementia.
  • Discover resources to support individuals living with dementia and their families.


Lakelyn EichenbergerLakelyn Eichenberger, PhD, is a gerontologist and caregiving advocate for Honor and Home Instead, the world’s largest provider of home care. She began her career in a local Home Instead, working one-on-one with older adults. Today she works to educate professionals, families and communities on the unique challenges older adults face and the resources available to help them thrive. Eichenberger earned a doctorate in Gerontology from the University of Nebraska. She has spoken nationally and internationally on the topic of caregiving and aging and serves as a resource to major media.