Caring for a person with Huntington’s Disease is a monumental task. You will work with a variety of professionals: doctors, nurses, social workers, rehabilitation therapists, psychologists and other specialists.

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Improve the lives of people with Huntington’s Disease and their families. Programs include support groups, counseling, Center of Excellence and Educational Conferences.

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The multi-disciplinary clinic specializes in the management of Huntington’s Disease and genetic testing for the disorder. The clinic is staffed by adult and pediatric neurologists, a social worker, a neuropsychiatric, therapy services, and a consulting ne

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Support can range from simply lending a helping hand to advising on financial issues and stress management. A Huntington’s Disease support group is also a place for people to share concerns and obtain emotional support.

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Participation in the clinical research process is the single most important thing HD families can do to help new and more effective treatments for Huntington’s Disease be developed.

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The HDSA Las Vegas Affiliate was established in 2011 to offer support locally to people who are impacted by Huntington’s Disease. It is estimated that over 8,000 Nevadans either are gene positive or are at risk for inheriting the disease.

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The purpose of Huntington’s Disease Society of America, San Diego Chapter is to help individuals affected by Huntington’s Disease and their families through support and services to educate both the public and health care professionals about Huntington’s D

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On this website you can learn about our challenges and goals, upcoming events, fundraising opportunities, and soon we’ll include some the stories of people’s brave struggles against the Huntington’s disease and dedicated researchers’ quest for scien

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Because it is uncommon and differs from typical adult-onset Huntington’s Disease, in both the neurological symptoms and the ways that it changes the lives of the individuals and families that it affects, juvenile onset HD presents unique challenges to aff

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Huntington’s Disease: a devastating, hereditary, degenerative brain disorder for which there is, at present, no cure and only one FDA-approved treatment (Xenazine) for a symptom of HD. HD slowly diminishes the affected individuals ability to walk, talk an

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