Welcome to The Connecticut Frontotemporal Dementia Foundation, Inc.

8th Annual Golf Tournament

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our golf tournament this year on Friday, August 14th, 2020 at Lyman Orchards Golf Club.  There will be a few changes given the current situation regarding COVID-19.  We will be serving breakfast in individual boxes, provide lunch on the course, and everyone will be able to drive their own cart if they choose.  We will not be having a dinner or doing live raffles after the event.  Check out our Facebook page for more information.  You may register below on our new link:


During these crazy times given COVID-19, we are still holding our monthly support group meetings via web meetings.  Please reach out if you are interested in joining.

Thank you to the Republican-American and Carrie MacMillan for the wonderful article on our foundation and FTD.  We are grateful to everyone who helps us educate people on FTD and supports our mission to raise awareness and money for frontotemporal dementia.
Finally a CT news channel who wants to help get the word out on FTD,
check out the piece Fox 61 CT did on FTD and our family!
Thanks to Mike Magnoli for your time in helping us educate CT about FTD. 
View it at www.FOXCT.com.  


In Memory of
Kevin Michael Harvey

Frontotemporal Dementia is the disease you've never heard of. Commonly referred to as FTD, Frontotemporal Dementia is a dementia similar to Alzheimer's Disease.  While Alzheimer's Disease accounts for 50 to 80 percent of those diagnosed with dementia, FTD represents 10 to 20 percent of dementia cases, affecting men and women equally. The frontal and/or temporal lobes are what gets damaged from the disease. 

Frontotemporal Dementia is characterized by changes in behavior, personality, language and/or motor skills, as well as deterioration in a person's ability to function. FTD is a progressive disease striking a younger population with symptoms typically occurring between the ages of 50 to early 60's. The effects of FTD however, are just as devastating as those of Alzheimer's and tragically there is no cure.

FTD: "It Is What It Is" DVD    
"It Is What It Is" chronicles four families as they confront FTD. By telling their stories, these families reflect experiences common to many and become harbingers of hope.  The DVD is accompanied by a 12-page informational booklet on frontotemporal degeneration, which is also available to download free of charge. 

Upcoming Events

Sunday, Nov 15 at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Sunday, Dec 20 at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Sunday, Jan 17 at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Sunday, Feb 21 at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

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