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Living with Dementia

Frontotemporal Dementia Symptoms

Frontotemporal Dementia Signs and Symptoms

People with FTD typically first come to the doctor’s office because of:

  Gradual and steady changes in behavior,
  Gradual and steady language dysfunction or
  Gradual and steady weakness or slowing of movement

Behavioral symptoms

Apathy is often the first symptom reported by caregivers and may be mistaken for depression.… Frontotemporal Dementia Signs and Symptoms   

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