HDSA is a nonprofit organization that takes a grass roots approach to spreading awareness and raising money to deal with different issues that affect the families who affected by this debilitating disease. From the establishment of unique medical facilities that help individuals to understand and address the unique psychological and physical conditions created by the disease to fighting on Capital Hill to have bills passed to get people affect by HD the proper health care at the right time, HDSA and its members are at the forefront of trying to help provide the "hope" and "help" need in the the HD community. I am proud to be a part of it!
HDSA is a truly amazing organization. It provides a sense of clarity and comfort to families affected by HD when things are seemingly spiraling out of control. They provide information and resources we are desperately seeking, and show you that you're not in this alone. They definitely deserve the recognition.
HDSA has helped families and patients themselves with the devastating effects of HD. They offer wonderful programs for families to help educate caregivers and also support for the patient. They have also offered great programs for the children of HD families to deal with this hereditary gene.
They have made great progress in regard to stopping the HD Gene but so much more needs to be done to help the thousands of people effected. One day before I leave this earth I hope to read they have found a way to stop HD and that treatment can be giving to all the patients and family members that tested positive for the gene.
The Huntington's Desiese Society of America is a superb organization. I attended parts of the conference in Jacksonville with a family friend. Everyone was welcoming, informative. There was a great talent show and the participants, MC and other volunteers there were passionate and enthusiastic about fighting for their cause and raising money to find a cure. I met kind people at the conference and was invited to attend a support group to get more information and be more aware, as I am a teacher. The people there as well as th group leader were welcoming, kind and generous!
We need more research to help find a drug that will help people with Huntington's which is such a dipilating disease. Please support the foundation which is full of useful information and keeps us posted with the latest status and updates us on the newest research and information on helping our loved ones with Huntingtons which includes my husband.
My wife died from HD (Huntington's Disease). This organization has helped families like mine in many ways such as funding research to find a cure, providing support to caregivers, and increasing the public awareness of this relatively unknown but terrible disease.
All of the people I have dealt with at HDSA have been caring and understanding. I have attended several conventions and they have been very inspiring. Its so nice to gather so many people who are going through the same issues my family are going through. Thank you for all that you do.
I am a mother of three children who are at risk for this disease HD and lost my husband because he battled it for so long. We live in north Carolina. This is a horible disease!! I am only bringing this up becuase it seems like no one else will or has yet but the HDSA needs to be reviewed about their donations and research that they say they are doing for us in the community. They were just looked at there is a problem with the way they say the money is going to. I did support them and did walks but I will not anymore until the truth comes out. More people are asking questions and want to know what is going on with this company who says that they work for us in the HD community. Please I ask that you look into this.