The one thing that sometimes confuses us is sometimes you would think nothing is wrong with him, I do alot of cycling and if I ride down to see them, he tells me to ring him when I get home to let him know I got home safely Its just strange as he always did that when He was well, I know the future is going to be tough, but I have accepted whats happeing know and addapted life to deal with it. I do however feel upset that my parants got robbed of a happy future together, all they have ever down is worked since I was born and these are the years they should be enjoying thems self, sadly there housebound most of the time becuase of the routines .
Hi there. My late Mum was diagnosed with FTD in 2003 after many investigations. A lot of the Neurologists [ then ] didn't have a clue what was wrong with her. Hopefully now they will get a much quicker diagnosis. I found a very helpful site called the Cerebral Function Unit based in Manchester they have helped me with info on many occasions and sent me their monthly newletter via email. Here is the link - they are very helpful.
hi cornish am finding myself in your situation, just found out on tuesday my hubby has ftd