Management strategies for cognitive change and FTD

Some people with motor neurone disease (MND) will experience changes in thinking, reasoning and behaviour. For many people the changes will be subtle and have little or no effect on daily life, but a small number of people will develop frontotemporal dementia and need additional support.

These guidelines, created by Professor Sharon Abrahams, may help identify and manage what can be disturbing changes for people with and affected by MND.

Find out more

More information about cognitive change and FTD can be found in our booklet for health and social care professionals:

• Cognitive change, frontotemporal dementia and MND

Contact MND Connect if you have any questions about MND and supporting people with the condition.

Other useful resources

For further information and support contact our MND Connect helpline

mndconnect 0808 802 6262