|His wife said midlife crisis. His therapist said depression. His doctor said Alzheimer’s. Nobody said FTD. Changing that reality starts with you…. Click here to learn more.
|World FTD Awareness Week (October 4-11) – From conferences, to concerts, to government proclamations, constituents around the world are making their voices heard in the fight against FTD. In the USA? Click here to find an AFTD Food for Thought event near you!|
|Questions? If you or someone you love is affected by FTD and you have questions, the AFTD HelpLine is available toll free at 866-507-7222. The HelpLine does not provide medical advice or diagnostic services; if you are experiencing problems in thinking or troublesome behavior changes, please contact your doctor.|