Frontotemaporal dementia (FTD) is caused by a group of disorders that gradually damage the brain’s frontal and temporal lobes
FTD is an umbrella term for a group of brain disorders that primarily affect the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain2.
Memory often remains unaffected, especially in the early stages of the condition.
FTD tends to progress over time
FTD can affect one or more of the following: behavior, personality, language and movement
FTD is more commonly diagnosed in people under the age of 65