Shattered Dreams Mosaic Art - Valerie Pierce of Salem, NH creates mosaic plates made from broken pieces of glass and porcelain. Val’s husband has FTD, and the plates represent the “shattered dreams” of the life they were meant to live. Twenty percent of the proceeds from her online sales goes to the AFTD.
The Connecticut Frontotemporal Dementia Foundation – The Harvey family of Connecticut created a foundation to raise money for FTD research in memory of their father and husband, Kevin. They are selling beads for charm bracelets with “Harvey’s Hugs” on them; 50% of their sales will benefit AFTD.
AFTD Regional Network Coordinator
Katie Brandt – KatieDianeBrandt@gmail.com
Research and Medical Centers with FTD Focus
Massachusetts General Hospital
Department of Neurology, FTD Unit
15 Parkman St.
Boston, MA 02114
Contact: Ms. Daisy Hochberg
(617) 726-5571 or MGHFTDUnit@partners.org
Connecticut – Farmington area
Sponsored the CT FTD Foundation and hosted by Arden Courts of Farmington.
Meeting time: 3rd Sunday of the month at 1:00 P.M. (the next meeting will be on December 22, 2013 but subsequent meeting will be on 3rd Sunday)
Meeting location: Arden Courts of Farmington 45 South Road Farmington, CT 06032
Contact: Meghan Roscoe at email@example.com to RSVP prior to attending meeting
Arden Courts will provide free respite care for a loved-one with FTD during the support group meetings. Please contact Arden Courts for details at 860-677-4060
Maine- Bangor area
3rd Wednesday of the month, 2-4p.m.
The Acadia Hospital
268 Stillwater Ave.
Bangor, ME 04402
Please ask the front desk for directions to the meeting room.
Massachusetts - Boston area
Last Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m.
Newton Wellesley Hospital, Silverman Board Room
2014 Washington Street
Barbara Neufeld or Katie Brandt via email at FTD.Boston@gmail.com
For more information about this support group, go to http://sites.google.com/site/ftdbostonsupportgroup/home.
New Hampshire - Salem
Please contact facilitator for meeting dates and times.
Group temporarily not meeting. Contact AFTD at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-507-7222 for details about where and when meetings are expected to resume.