Thoughtful Care for Patients & Families in Northern Arizona

 Frontotemporal Disorders

Frontotemporal Disorders (FTD) is a group of neurodegenerative conditions that affect the front and side areas of the brain. FTD can cause significant changes in behavior, personality, language, and movement. Circle of Life Care in Northern Arizona, provides professional and compassionate care for individuals and families struggling with the challenges of FTD.

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Frontotemporal Disorders: A Better Understanding

Frontotemporal Disorders (FTD) are a group of conditions that affects approximately 50,000 Americans, and the symptoms can begin as early as age 40.

FTD affects the front and side areas of the brain, typically resulting in changes in behavior, personality, speech, and movement. Symptoms can vary widely, making it difficult to diagnose and manage. It is also known as Frontotemporal Dementia.

Let Us Provide Support

Circle of Life Care provides professional care and support for individuals with FTD. We have a team of experienced caregivers and clinicians who are trained to provide specialized care for neurological disorders. We understand the unique needs of FTD patients and their families and provide personalized care plans designed to improve their quality of life.

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Access to Innovative Therapies

We offer access to innovative therapies such as music therapy and art therapy that can help improve quality of life and reduce stress. We also work closely with other healthcare providers to ensure that patients receive the best possible care.

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Physical & Emotional support

Our team provides physical and emotional support to FTD patients and their families. This includes assistance with activities of daily living, as well as counseling and emotional support for patients and caregivers.

Start Your Journey With Circle of Life Today

Circle of Life Care understands the challenges that FTD patients and their families face. Our team is dedicated to providing compassionate care and support to help patients live their best possible lives.

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