Huntington's Disease Society of America, Inc.
Rating: 4.83 stars 121 121 reviews
505 Eighth Avenue Suite 902 New York NY 10018 USA
The Huntington’s Disease Society of America is the largest 501(c)(3) non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s Disease. The Society works tirelessly to provide the family services, education, advocacy and research to provide help for today, hope for tomorrow to the more than 30,000 people diagnosed with HD and the 200,000 at-risk in the United States.
everyone affected by HD and their families.
Geographic areas served:
all of the United Stated
Research - supplies research as advised by its medical & scientific affairs committee. The research projects are involved in finding cures and treatments for huntington's disease.
patient and family services - provides counseling and referral services to patients with huntington's disease and their families.
chapter development - provides workshops, seminars, and symposiums on huntington's disease through a network of chapter affiliates and branches throughout the united states.
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Reviews for Huntington's Disease Society of America, Inc.
There is so much incredibly valuable information on the HDSA.org website and on HDSA's social media pages. The HDSA YouTube Channel has everything families need from research news and caregiver tips. HDSA also coordinates excellent community events and support groups from coast to coast.
Provides clear and instructive information for patients and their loved ones/care team, as well as building a community for those affected.
HDSA worked with me to help me help my clients. Through the HDSA, I further developed HD-specific knowledge within my field. Without the help of HDSA, I would not have been as successful on behalf of my clients.
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