AFTD can connect you with reliable information, valuable resources, essential support, and opportunities to make a difference.
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AFTD's Helpline can provide guidance on resources and opportunities to connect in your state. We can also answer questions you may have regarding FTD diagnosis, care and support.
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Support groups are a resource and a place to connect and share with others who understand.
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Contact a Medical Center
FTD-oriented medical centers can offer diagnosis, guidance, and connections to research opportunities.
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AFTD’s 2020 Education Conference: Fri., April 17
Register today! The AFTD's 2020 Education Conference will be held on Friday, April 17, at the Sheraton...
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Journal Focuses on FTD
The medical journal Alzheimer’s and Dementia includes a special topic section dedicated entirely to FTD research articles...
Help & Hope #58
Issue #58: January 2020 In this issue you will get information about AFTD's upcoming Annual Education Conference,...
New Findings Suggest Active Lifestyle Could Slow FTD Progression
A physically and mentally active lifestyle could help slow the progression of FTD, even in people with...
FTD Spouse Shares “Lessons Learned While Traveling with Dementia”
Emily Ingalls, whose wife the Very Rev. Tracey Lind is living with FTD, shares the lessons she...
With Love 2020
AFTD's annual With Love campaign is an opportunity to honor or remember a loved one impacted by...
Bringing Vital Perspective to Federal Research Grant Reviews…
Members of our community had the chance to participate in a U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) program...