Helpful Resources
  • What is FTD?

    What is frontotemporal dementia? addresses the nature of FTD, provides descriptions of different clinical presentations, outlines a number of common symptoms, and provides basic information about the pathology and genetics of this condition.

  • Diagnosing FTD

    Diagnosing frontotemporal dementia aims to assist health professionals in identifying and diagnosing FTD by highlighting helpful investigations and referral pathways.

  • Different Approach with FTD

    Why do we need a different approach in supporting people with FTD and their families/carers? focuses on practical communication and behavioural management strategies.

  • Assessing the Impact of FTD

    Assessing the impact of frontotemporal dementia illustrates a person centred problem solving approach to assessing the impacts of FTD.

  • Managing FTD

    Managing the impact of FTD disabilities and symptoms gives detailed information and some suggested practical strategies for responding to the unique disabilities and symptoms of FTD

  • Young Onset Dementia

    FTD as a young onset dementia: special considerations describes issues unique to those who develop dementia earlier in life, including financial and legal ramifications and how to address these.

  • Resources

    Resources section collates relevant resources under topical categories.

  • Reference

    References section lists relevant scientific publications for further reading. This reference list is unique in its clinical focus and includes a wide range of articles addressing the nature, diagnosis, and management of FTD.

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