Is there anyone on this site whose loved ones suffer from frontotemporal dementia. My wife does. It is now becoming quite difficult to have any meaningful conversation.
Yes, my husband has FTD and Primary Progressive Aphasia as well. He was diagnosed just a little over 3 years ago, as he was turning 60. He is in late stages now and in a nursing facility. It has been a swift progression.
My husband has FTD with Primary progressive Aphasia. He is in stage 6 now. He can not communicate . He can not comprehend so he can not follow any instruction . It is most cruel thing for loved one abd family .. I understand your struggle very well.