Frontotemporal dementia

Being diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia can lead to a range of emotions, and there’s a lot to learn. This information kit helps you learn about your diagnosis, identify goals for the future, and access support and services.
 

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A guide to Dementia Australia’s information, support and education.

 

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The Dementia Guide

Our comprehensive guide for people living with dementia, and their friends, families and carers. 

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Frontotemporal
dementia help sheet

 

Our quick, easy-to-read introduction to the frontotemporal dementia. 

 

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Information help
sheets

 

Browse our big collection of quick, easy-to-understand help sheets on all aspects of the dementia experience. 

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Our support page

Our national library service provides access
to a collection of resources about dementia.

 

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Our education page

Programs suited to support the needs of people living with dementia, families and carers, health professionals and general community.

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National Dementia Helpline: 1800 100 500
Webchat: dementia.org.au/webchat 

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