Caring for a Person with a Frontotemporal Disorder

In addition to managing the medical and day-to-day care of people with frontotemporal disorders (a type of dementia), caregivers themselves can face a host of other challenges. Learn about how frontotemporal disorders (FTDs) affect families and resources available to help caregivers with common challenges, including:

How FTDs can affect work.
FTD caregiver health and support.
Long-term care for people with a FTD.
End-of-life care for people with a FTD.

Read more about providing care for a person with a frontotemporal disorder on NIA’s website.

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