AFTD can connect you with reliable information, valuable resources, essential support, and opportunities to make a difference.
Contact AFTD’s HelpLine
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.
Find a Support Group for Care Partners Near You
Support groups are a resource and a place to connect and share with others who understand.
PLEASE NOTE: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, effective 3/13/2020, AFTD has suspended all face-to-face volunteer activities, including support group meetings. If you have questions about options for support, please contact AFTD's HelpLine at 1-866-507-7222, or by email at [email protected]
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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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Maintaining an FTD Care Routine During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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Webinar: Corticobasal Syndrome & Corticobasal Degeneration, Basics & What You Need to Know
In this AFTD Educational Webinar, Melissa Armstrong, MD, MSc, Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of...
Primary Progressive Aphasia and COVID-19
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A Message from Dr. Murray Grossman about COVID-19
Dear Friends, COVID-19 is upon us. This is from the same family as one of the viruses...
Help & Hope #60
Issue #60: March 2020 In this issue you can read an update on AFTD events and COVID-19...
Canceled: AFTD’s 2020 Education Conference
Update: AFTD has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Education Conference. Click here to learn...
New AFTD Resource Offers Shared Insight on Grief and the FTD Journey
Feelings of grief and loss are common throughout the progression of FTD, from diagnosis to disease progression...