The first ever World FTD Awareness Week starts today!
New York Times full-page ad to raise FTD awareness
To commemorate the week, the AFTD announced that the print version of today’s New York Times includes a full-page ad to raise FTD awareness in the front section. In the NYC edition, it’s on pg. 15.
The AFTD created a page on their web site to accompany the ad: NY Times Ad Page
Arden Courts of Hamden is hosting a Food for Thought event Tuesday, October 6, 2015 from 5 – 7 PM.
Meghan Roscoe will be at the event to talk about FTD and they will be selling delicious desserts with all proceeds benefiting The AFTD-Team.
This event is part of the First World FTD Awareness Week, October 4-11, 2015.
From the AFTD web site –
“This October will see countries around the globe observe the first World FTD Awareness Week. This event, held October 4-11, 2015, will build on the foundation of productive discussion and collaboration established at the 9th International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias, held in October 2014 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
World FTD Awareness Week activities and events are being planned by at least 10 countries, including: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, The Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States of America. From conferences in Australia and The Netherlands, to a concert and art gallery in Spain, to a citywide proclamation in Canada, constituents around the world are making their voices heard in the fight against FTD.” Go to the AFTD site for more information.