AFTD Revamps Website


AFTD has redesigned and updated our website. Through this effort, we seek to deliver more streamlined information, to better help members of our community to find resources that can help, and to foster new ways to connect and be part of our mission.

Designed to be easier to navigate for both care partners and persons diagnosed with FTD, the website offers new information and resources for different stages of the FTD journey:

The new website also has sections for FTD-focused researchers and healthcare professionals who want to learn more about this disease.

The new website reflects the results of in-person focus groups and surveys that drew input from hundreds in our community. It is part of a larger branding update that sees AFTD updating its logo, tagline, and the look of many of our resources over the course of 2018.

How does it look? We welcome your feedback! Send any comments or questions to AFTD’s Communications Manager, Matt Ozga, at

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