Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a neurodegenerative condition marked by progressive challenges in behaviour, executive function, and language, particularly impacting individuals below the age of 65. This review confirms that occupational therapy, renowned for its tailored interventions and holistic methods, has become a crucial field in promoting the overall well-being of both patients and their caregivers. Through the emphasis on positive strategies, cognitive rehabilitation, and environmental adjustments, occupational therapy provides a hopeful pathway for addressing the behavioural and psychological symptoms associated with FTD.
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