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Research NIH invests more than $30M in FTD research over the next 5 years – The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced today that they will award three grants to projects specifically focusing on FTD.  Click here to learn more about each of the projects.
icon_fb New Young Adult Facebook Community AFTD is pleased to announce a new Facebook Group specifically for those in their 20s and 30s who have a family member or friend with FTD. Recognizing that many of the available FTD supports and resources focus on spouses or young children with a parent affected by FTD, AFTD’s Young Adult Facebook Group hopes to serve as an online forum and gathering place specifically for young adults. This is a “secret” Facebook group; therefore, only members can find the group and see posts. If you would like to join, please send an email to and include the email address you used to set up your Facebook account.
Monthly bullet 3 Monthly Donors are Sustainers of Hope A consistent line of financial support facilitates consistent work. By becoming a Monthly Donor, you provide regular, dependent funding to the process of funding care, research, education and support. In addition to funding, you are providing hope to families affected by FTD. The regularity and dependency of monthly donations allows us to focus on fulfilling our mission of creating a world where FTD is understood, diagnosed, treated, cured, and prevented. Click here to become a Sustainer of Hope!