FTD is frequently misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s, depression, Parkinson’s disease, or a psychiatric condition. On average, it currently takes 3.6 years to get an accurate diagnosis.

Clinical Case Studies

The diagnosis of FTD requires a thorough history, verified by a caregiver, and a neurological examination unless a genetic cause is known.

Treating FTD

Clinical trials are in progress for some types of FTD; pharmacologic and behavioral interventions are available for symptomatic benefit of specific cognitive and behavioral features for all types of FTD.

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Developed by clinicians and caregivers this eNewsletter explores topics relevant to specific FTD variant care including common care challenges.

Webinars

25+ recorded webinars provide training presented by experts in the FTD field.