Philip Bimstein, a musician and an associate instructor at the University of Utah, wrote, composed and performed “Dance in the Rain” as part of an interdisciplinary seminar class on dementia that was offered to undergraduate students at the university. The…
Artist Maxanne McCormick, who lives with FTD, wrote that her painting Sensory Overload shows how she feels, “with too much stimulation from noise, crowds, activity, etc.”
Jessica Dutton crafts a beautiful story about her father affected with FTD and his love of birds. Click here to read her story.
Gary Radin lost his father in 1999 to FTD. His story tells how his family made adjustments to their new reality of living with FTD, but also how they kept their routines and included Gary’s father in family activities. Click…
Eleventh grader Daniel Miller recounts the time spent with his grandfather and how their interaction changed as his grandfather’s dementia progressed. Click here for the full story.