My husband is 53 years old. What I thought was cute and quirky about him, and his impulsiveness, was actually the onset of dementia. We were engaged to married and planning our wedding, when all of a sudden, I came home from work one day, and he was really disoriented. I called the Doctor and took him in. We then spent the next 6 months going to doctors to find out what was wrong. He was first diagnosed with Alzheimer's through a lumbar puncture. Then a few months later, a PET scan showed both Alzheimer's and Frontotemperal Dementia. He is declining faster than I had hoped. Showing more of the dementia signs, than the Alzheimer's. My son and I provide care for him. My husband chose not to drive as soon as he found out. He has recently started waking up angry everyday, having delusions of people throwing things at him. I am at home for now because I lost my job, and am struggling to find something closer to home. I have not been able to find anyone else similar to me and feel like there is no support available for wives of younger onset dementia. I am not able to find anyone who can relate to what I am going through. I have no support other than talking with his mom, who lives in another state. I don't know where to turn for support.