Huntington’s Disease Caregiver Resource Guide
See accompanying video, Huntington’s Disease Caregivers: You’re Not Alone.
- Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) website
- FCA Huntington’s Disease article
- HDSA Helpline 800-345-HDSA (4372)
Staffed by trained HD social workers as a resource for HD families and professionals.
- FCA Grief and Loss
- FCA Holding a Family Meeting
- FCA The Emotional Side of Caregiving
- HDSA Caregiver Services and Resources
- HDSA Suicide Prevention
- HDSA Support Groups
- HDSA Talking With Kids About HD
- HDSA Telehealth
Free program to connect HD community with qualified HD knowledgeable mental health therapists.
- AARP Family Caregiving How-To Video Series
- Eldercare Locator
A public service to connect individuals to community services for older adults and their families.
- FCA Caregiving at Home: A Guide to Community Resources
- FCA Family Caregiver Services by State
Online tool to help family caregivers locate public, nonprofit, and private programs and services.
- FCA Hiring In-Home Help article
- FCA Residential Care Options: Five Tip Sheets
- HDSA Locate Resources in Your Area
- I Have HD Card
- VA Caregiver Support Program
Legal and Financial Planning
- FCA Legal Planning for Incapacity
- National Academy for Elder Law Attorneys
Consumer resource directory for individuals to find elder and special needs law attorneys.
- HDSA Trial Finder
- Research and Trials: HD Buzz
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- Sign up for CareNav™, a free online dashboard (+ customized resources) for family caregivers.
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Many FCA resources, including some above, are available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Tagalog, and/or Korean.
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