Frontotemporal dementia

Caring For a Person With a Frontotemporal Disorder

Caring for someone with a frontotemporal disorder (FTD) can be hard, both physically and emotionally. Caregivers may face challenges with managing the medical and day-to-day care. However, there are ways to help manage symptoms, including changes in behavior, speech, and movement. A few strategies include: Learn more about caring for a person with a frontotemporal disorder.

Caring for Someone With a Frontotemporal Disorder

People living with frontotemporal disorders (FTD), sometimes called frontotemporal dementia, can have a range of symptoms, including unusual behaviors, emotional problems, trouble communicating, and difficulty walking. There is no cure for FTD and no way to slow it down or prevent it. However, there are ways to help manage symptoms. Consider these strategies to help …

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