What Is Frontotemporal Dementia?

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a specific type of dementia, usually targeting younger individuals. It takes its name by the part of the brain which is most typically affected, the prefrontal and anterior temporal cortex.   The most prominent features of FTD are:   deep behavioural and personality changes, to the point that changes in affect…

Driving With Dementia

Driving a car to move around has become a requirement nowadays, particularly for those living in rural areas or in areas where public transport is not so efficient. However, many concerns regarding the possibility and the safety for the elderly to drive a car are often brought up.   We know that “going out”, keeping…