1,200+ People Impacted by Young-Onset Dementia Gather for AFTD’s Annual Education Conference

More than one thousand people impacted by frontotemporal degeneration (FTD), the most common dementia under 60, came together to connect, learn, and engage with a community that understands the disease at the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration’s (AFTD) first-ever hybrid Education Conference, on Friday, April 8.

Persons diagnosed with FTD, care partners, caregivers, researchers, health care professionals, and industry experts attended the 2022 Education Conference, both at the BWI Airport Marriott near Baltimore, as well as virtually. Nearly 200 people attended in Baltimore for the first in-person conference experience since 2019, while more than 1,000 registrants from 29 different countries joined via livestream.

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Session recordings can be viewed on AFTD’s YouTube channel.

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