Frontotemporal dementia (FTD)

Q and A: Jules Emberton

From the June/July 2018 issue of Dementia together magazine, a 54-year old woman with frontotemporal dementia in Portsmouth answers our questions.

Real stories

Missed connections

From the summer 2018 issue of our Care and Cure magazine, we look at how repurposed drug could fix lost connections in frontotemporal dementia (FTD).


The brain and dementia

Knowing more about the brain may help someone caring for a person with dementia to understand the condition and support them better. 


The early stages of dementia

In the early stages of dementia, a person’s symptoms will be noticeable and will affect their day-to-day life. Learn more about the early stages of dementia. 


What causes young-onset dementia?

The causes of young-onset dementia are different from that in older people. The young-onset of some of the most common types of dementia are described on this page.