Fantastic first instalment of one man’s journey through FTD with his wife

http://www.nextavenue.org/blog/bizarre-behavior-dementia-diagnosis?utm_source=na_socialmedia&utm_medium=na_socialmedia&utm_campaign=na_socialmedia

2 thoughts on “Fantastic first instalment of one man’s journey through FTD with his wife

  1. Thanks for posting this. It is a good illustration of two cruel factors in this disease: the inability of the sufferer to see that anything is wrong and the inevitable delay between the family knowing something is wrong and reaching a doctor with sufficient experience to recognise the likely diagnosis.

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    1. I agree Hilary. I would love the chance of an opportunity to write a series like this.I have written and asked them but did not receive a reply. I agree the content is good, but it seems that you have to be an established journalist to be able to get your wok out there. I feel there are so many things that people need to know when they are embarking on this terrible journey.

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