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... from the veterans on the board. My stepdad was first told he had Alzheimer's in 2008, and then, after a year of testing, we were given the accurate diagnosis of Frontal Temporal Dementia. ... (17 replies)
... Hi Elf :wave: and welcome! As the others have said, sorry you had to find us, but glad to have you :) There is wonderful support here so know you can logon when you need to. I really relate to changing your life when faced with this disease. I'm not an only child, but I'm ***the*** child that is on the frontline with my parents (my DSD - "Dear Stepdad" has frontal... (16 replies)
... thing wrong with her. It's you and your brother and the BMV and the doctor all in a huge conspiracy to get her. Uh huh... the paranoia that is present when the frontal lob is damaged by the ALZ.... and that is one of the first to be affected. ... (4 replies)

... was diagnosed with frontal temporal lobe dementia in July of '09. It has been a rough year. He just had his 75th birthday. ... (6 replies)
May 21, 2010
... So - just when I **think** things are calming down...............***BLAMMO***!!! I got a call from the owner / caregiver at my DSD's adult family home the other day asking if we could meet to discuss some "issues." I've had a couple of conversations with her (the meeting is tomorrow), and I suspect they're going to tell me and my mom that they cannot adequately care for my... (18 replies)
... Hello all, I haven't posted in a while, but am desperate for some input. Mom is 70 and is in her 2nd year of diagnosed demential with Alzheimers as far as we know. She is thought to have a frontal lobe demential, which progresses rapidly, (which it has) and is very difficult to treat. Mom went to AL a year ago, and went instantly to the locked ALZ unit, as she was a flee... (3 replies)
... Hi Paul - Hi Tim - Thank you for your very thoughtful expressions. My DSD (dear stepdad) is the loved one in my family who is suffering (Frontal Temporal Lobe Dementia). He is not in the last stages, but I would say - I'm in the middle of this journey. He had a stroke this summer that we thought was going to be the end of him, but he rallied and is recovering from the... (19 replies)
... Welcome Tim :wave: so sorry for all that you are facing. I also applaud how you and your siblings are handling these difficult end of life choices. I've been bedside with two grandparents at their passing - one where IVs and feeding tubes were given, one where they were not. I'll never forget the doctor on rounds at the hospital pulling my sister and I aside and asking us... (28 replies)
... This may or may not pertain to your situation regarding hallucinations. Here is what happened in our situation. FIL was diag with frontal lobe dementia. Dr put him on aricept and seoquel. He started having hallucinations. He said it was the seoquel. ... (9 replies)
How do I go on?
Jan 11, 2009
... Yes. Unfortunately, there is no going back if this is truly as diagnosed. It's like some of my kids (students) who think they're "kinda pregnant"...this is a progressive disease that follows specific patterns. Timelines and actions may be very different in the individual, but the outcome is the same. Sometimes, our loved one will pass away from another challenge...heart... (63 replies)
How do I go on?
Jan 11, 2009
... Ok here is a question for you. I was told he has frontal lobe dementia. Will he eventually get full blown alz? ... (63 replies)
How do I go on?
Jan 11, 2009
... yrs since his wife passed. He has been diagnosed with frontal lobe dementia. He is very charming when he is out with others. I am really his care giver. Hubby babys him and gives him he night time meals. ... (63 replies)
... Well it has been a bumpy road with my mom for the last two years, and now with my sister diagnosed with frontal lobe Dementia it has been even sadder. ... (8 replies)
... d agiation for her. Since the massive bleed episode she has never really bounced back with her cognitive abilities. Her geriactric physcologist has dx her with frontal lobe dementia. I would say she is stage 5. ... (11 replies)
Please help me!
Jul 8, 2008
... Hi everyone i am new here. I am 24. My mom is 54 and has frontal lobe dementia. its been 5 years since her diagnosis. it wasnt so bad at first. but caring for her myself became really difficult. ... (6 replies)
... Hey Joes, Nice to have you on board. Everyone here is here to share and help each other. I'm so sorry about your Mum and hope you have some help to care for her. My DH was diagnosed with Frontal temporal dementia also know as Pick's disease at 52 and that was 4 1/2 yrs ago. He has progressed to daily caregivers while I work and has recently had some issues with anxiety... (3 replies)
... All I know is my dad's diagnosis is dementia caused by a mini stroke that happened in his left frontal lobe. ... (4 replies)
... ally decided to take it up with my mom's doctor. She has now had many tests including CT scan and much blood work. The determination is probable Alzheimer's. Her frontal lobes had shrunk quite a bit, that along with her cognative abilities has led to this diagnosis. ... (11 replies)
... I'm sorry for scaring you Lily, I didn't mean too, but the Frontal Temporal Dementia's aren't pretty in their advancing stages. ... (7 replies)
... artha you are exactly right in how we feel with dementia. I'm am diagnosed with it and am 52 years old. They don't know why i have this. I do have a leison on my frontal lobe, maybe thats it. Anyway I'm am worried about going on vacation at the end of the month. ... (14 replies)

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