RESULTS Fron­totem­po­ral Demen­tia (9)

Fron­totem­po­ral Demen­tia : The fol­low­ing are avail­able in the Resource Cen­tre or online.
Care and ser­vices at the Insti­tut de géri­a­trie de Mon­tréal
Fron­totem­po­ral Demen­tia: Research and Med­ical Cen­ters with par­tic­u­lar FTD Focus in Que­bec
The Asso­ci­a­tion for Fron­totem­po­ral Degen­er­a­tion. n.d.
Access 2 Card
Ontario Tril­lium Foun­da­tion . “The Access 2 card is for peo­ple of all ages and types of per­ma­nent dis­abil­i­ties who require the assis­tance of a sup­port per­son at hun­dreds of par­tic­i­pat­ing enter­tain­ment, cul­tural and recre­ational venues across Canada.“
Fron­totem­po­ral Demen­tia
Alzheimer Soci­ety Canada /​Société Alzheimer Canada. 2018. Canada.
Fron­totem­po­ral demen­tia — Symp­toms
National Health Ser­vice (UK). n.d. UK.
Fron­totem­po­ral Demen­tia (FTD)
Alzeheimer’s Asso­ci­a­tion. 2016. USA.
Fron­totem­po­ral Demen­tia Infor­ma­tion Page
National Insti­tute of Neu­ro­log­i­cal Dis­or­ders and Stroke. 2017. USA.
Fron­totem­po­ral Demen­tia Signs and Symp­toms
Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia San Fran­cisco. n.d. USA.
The Asso­ci­a­tion for Fron­totem­po­ral Degen­er­a­tion
The Asso­ci­a­tion for Fron­totem­po­ral Degeneration.

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