Community &
Social Support

YOUTH SERVICES

When children are not sure what’s happening to their family because of HD, and not given answers to what they see or an avenue to discuss it, they may create erroneous explanations on their own. Learn how to talk to your kids about HD. >

CAREGIVER SERVICES & RESOURCES

Caregiving is an act of courage, love and sacrifice. As a caregiver, you have chosen to put the wellbeing of a loved one with HD on an equal footing (or even above) your own needs. Learn how to cope with the responsiblity of taking care of your loved one - and yourself! >

HDSA TELEHEALTH

HDSA Telehealth is a free internet-based program powered by Amwell, that brings qualified HD knowledgeable licensed social workers and psychologists to the HD community. Learn how this service can help you. >

HDSA SUPPORT GROUPS

Support groups can offer vital emotional support, valuable advice about community-based resources as well as guidance from other group members about many of HD’s most challenging situations. >

HDSA SOCIAL WORKERS

Social workers offer assistance, information, education and access to community-based services within a specific region. Learn more. >

HDSA RESOURCE LIBRARY

Guide books are available for HD families, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. Learn more >