(VIERA, FL)  September 20, 2021 –  For the million Americans affected by Parkinson’s disease, another prospect may lie in wait: Lewy body dementia. On Monday, October 4 at 10:00 AM, One Senior Place in Viera will present the facts about the progressive memory disorder during Diagnosis: Lewy Body Dementia. The marketplace of senior resources at 8085 Spyglass Hill Road will welcome Dr. Anthony LoGalbo, Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist and Director of Clinical Neuropsychology for the Health First Florida Memory Disorder Clinic and an Associate Professor at Florida Tech. Dr. LoGalbo will discuss the connection between Lewy body dementia and Parkinson’s disease, along with the latest findings and treatments. Lewy body dementia is the second most common type of progressive dementia after Alzheimer’s disease. To RSVP for Diagnosis: Lewy Body Dementia, call One Senior Place, The Experts in Aging at 321-751-6771.

Dr. LoGalbo, who teaches graduate classes at Florida Tech, specializes in the assessment and treatment of patients with memory disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases or dementias. With Lewy body dementia, protein deposits (Lewy bodies) develop in nerve cells in the brain regions involved in thinking, memory and movement. It most often affects men over the age of 60.

“Part of what makes this condition particularly unique is the wide spectrum of symptoms someone might experience: trouble with thinking and memory, difficulties walking and moving, and having peculiar experiences such as seeing things that are not really there. It is important for patients and families to be aware that all of these symptoms can be part of the disease.”

Barbara Fradkin, Director of One Senior Place in Viera, knows the information presented during Diagnosis: Lewy Body Dementia will be a source of strength and hope for patients and their families.

“Every scrap of new information about Lewy body dementia is one more tool a family can use to care for their loved ones,” said Fradkin. “Dr. LoGalbo is a very experienced doctor in this field; we are glad he is coming to One Senior Place to tell us about the latest research and treatments.”

Diagnosis: Lewy Body Dementia is co-presented by the Brevard Parkinson’s Support Group, representing many of the 4,000 Brevard residents living with Parkinson’s disease.

For information on the dozens of events presented annually by One Senior Place, call 321-751-6771.  One Senior Place is a marketplace for resources and provider of information, advice, care and on-site services for seniors and their families. To learn more about One Senior Place, The Experts in Aging visit OneSeniorPlace.com.


Dr. Anthony LoGalbo will discuss symptoms, research and treatment during  ‘Diagnosis: Lewy Body Dementia’ on October 4 at One Senior Place in Viera. Call 321-751-6771 to RSVP.

ABOUT THE GUEST PRESENTER– Dr. LoGalbo is a Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist specializing in assessment and treatment of patients with traumatic brain injuries and concussions, and memory disorders, Alzheimer’s disease, or other neurodegenerative diseases or dementias. He has expertise in comprehensive assessment of neurocognitive functioning and is passionate about assisting patients and their families with the process of recovery, emotional adjustment, and acceptance to their new state of “normal” following development of these injuries and illnesses. He also has proficiency in treating patients with a variety of other neurological conditions as well, including brain tumors, stroke, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy.

About One Senior Place– Now in its 15th year, One Senior Place, The Experts in Aging, is a marketplace of resources and provider of information, advice, care and on-site services for seniors and their family caregivers in Central and East Central Florida. Completely unique, One Senior Place at 8085 Spyglass Hill Road in Viera is a one-stop information hub and mini-mall “revolutionizing the way America shops for elder care and services.” One Senior Place is home to a wide variety of senior-focused businesses, a resource library and is the site of educational seminars and presentations for seniors. In 2008, One Senior Place was named Florida’s Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. In Brevard, they were honored as Business of the Year by the Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce. A second location, One Senior Place Orlando, opened in Altamonte Springs in December of 2011. More information about One Senior Place and One Senior Place Orlando can be found on the company website at OneSeniorPlace.com or by calling 321-751-6771.