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HSC Fact Sheets

In an effort to expand our services to HD families, and to the general public, the following publications are available to download. The Huntington Society is a charitable organization dependent on public support. A donation of any amount to the Society would help us to continue to make publications such as the fact sheets listed here available to the public. 

We have listed our most popular fact sheets to start, and then in alphabetical order by topic after that. You can access the fact sheets by clicking on the link below the topic.

When printing a fact sheet, select “Fit” under “Page Sizing & Handling” so the edges of the fact sheet do not get cut off by your printer.

Please note that we are currently in the process of translating all HSC fact sheets to the French language, with the goal of having all available by April 2020.

HD Facts

English Version Française
English Version Française

Caring for People Affected by HD

English Version Française

At-Risk

Behaviour

English Version Française

Children

English Version Française
  • Clinical Trials
English Version Française

Criminal Offences

Dental

Depression

Eating

Driving

Educational Modules

End-of-Life Care

Exercise

Family Planning

Future Planning

Genetic Discrimination

Genetic Testing

Home Safety for People with HD

Intermediate Alleles

Physiotherapy

Risk Management

Services from HSC

Sexuality

Tissue Donation

Travelling

Youth Mentorship Program

OTHER  HD RESOURCES

The Huntington Society of Canada is committed to working with families affected by HD and health and social services professionals to enable them to better understand Huntington disease.

HSC collaborates globally to to ensure the most up-to-date information is available. We invite you to explore our HD resources.

Access our resources by clicking on the links below:

HSC Brochures HSC Booklets & Publications Other Resources 

 


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