Resources

You don’t have to face the FTD journey without help. AFTD has created and compiled resources that you can use for support, as well as to educate yourself and others about this disease.

HelpLine icon mobile phoneHelpLine

AFTD’s most important resource is its HelpLine. Call 866-507-7222 or send an email to info@theaftd.org and our staff will respond with understanding and the most currently available information.

grants icon of heart with dollar symbolComstock Grants

AFTD’s Comstock Grant program offers modest financial assistance to help members of our community travel to FTD-related conferences, to help care partners find brief respite, and to help people with FTD maximize quality of life.  Visit page

awareness card icon printerAwareness Cards

These printable cards – available for both care partners and persons diagnosed – are an easy way to let others know what FTD is and how it may impact behavior in a public setting.  Visit page

provider letter iconProvider Letter

This sample letter lets care partners and persons diagnosed inform healthcare professionals about FTD’s symptoms as well as ways they can help. It can also be given to other professionals whom you may deal with, including lawyers, family members and law enforcement.  Download the letter

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This page contains information about publications from AFTD, a short documentary about FTD and other recommended resources. Visit page

recommended reading iconRecommended Reading/Viewing

This page contains a list of media compiled through recommendations from AFTD staff and family caregivers.  Visit page

links iconLinks

This page contains a list of links that may provide useful FTD-related information to persons diagnosed, caregivers, healthcare professionals and researchers.  Visit page

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View our list of FAQs.