HDSA’S 35TH ANNUAL CONVENTION GOES VIRTUAL – JUNE 4-7!
In light of COVID-19, we have decided it is in the best interest of our families to convert to a virtual event. The Virtual Convention will take place June 4-7. SCHEDULE NOW AVAILABLE!
COVID-19 & HD RESOURCES
We know the COVID-19 pandemic is a difficult time for all and may be particularly challenging for those living with or supporting someone with Huntington’s disease. HDSA is committed to sharing the latest updates and resources as we face this public health crisis together.
HDSA & ME: EDUCATE. ENGAGE. EMPOWER.
HDSA is pleased to announce a new virtual educational series for the Huntington’s disease community.
HDSA 2019 YEAR IN REVIEW MAGAZINE
Take a look back on the highlights from this past year & join us as we keep the momentum moving forward into 2020.
THE MARKER: HDSA’S 2019 RESEARCH REPORT
A look back on clinical trials, conferences, fellowships and promising developments in HD research.
THIS WEEK IN HD RESEARCH
Dr. Leora Fox keeps you up-to-date on HDSA research activities, recently published work about Huntington’s disease, historical moments in HD research and more.
HDSA CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE
The HDSA Centers of Excellence provide an elite multidisciplinary approach to Huntington’s disease care and research. HDSA currently has 50 Centers of Excellence across the U.S.
FREE TELEHEALTH COUNSELING
Announcing free online therapy sessions for people affected by HD provided by HDSA & American Well®. HDSA-trained licensed social workers and psychologists will be available to HD families in all 50 states.
PARTICIPATE IN A CLINICAL TRIAL
HD Trialfinder identifies trials nationwide looking for participants that share the same diagnosis, stage and treatment history.
PARTICIPATE IN A VIRTUAL HDSA TEAM HOPE WALK
The battle against Huntington’s disease rages on and we need you to join TEAM HOPE – VIRTUALLY! A virtual walk is a real walk, but on your terms. You get choose your own course. Now, you can take part wherever you are…from the comfort and safety of your own home, around your yard, or even your neighborhood (following social distance guidelines, of course).