Frontotemporal Degeneration, a type of dementia, is a very difficult disease to live with for the person diagnosed and the person who lives with and/or loves them. Listen as I ask a leading expert in this field, Dr. Peter Pressman, Assistant Professor at the Alzheimer’s Rocky Mountain Disease Center Neurology  Department, to break it down for us and explain what is happening in the brain of the person with the disease.  This type of dementia affects behavior, motor skills and language, and changes the personality of the person diagnosed. For anyone living with this, you won’t want to miss this show!