HDSA has provided education modules for Physical Therapists to learn more about HD and earn CEUs.
HSG wants to share knowledge with as many healthcare professionals as possible so families can more easily find care in their own communities. The popular CME4HD program provided at HSG’s annual event is now available online, anytime, free of charge.
Includes in-depth information on principles of treatment, genetic testing, medications, management of cognitive and behavioral problems and a new section with case studies.
HDSA has partnered with the American Occupational Therapy Association to provide CEUs for occupational therapists to learn more about providing care to individuals with HD.
Provides helpful information and resources about Physical and Occupational Therapy for people in all stages of HD.
A must-read for anyone who deals extensively with an HD-affected individual, this book explains not only the behavior challenges created by HD, but their origin in the HD-affected brain.
This guide will provide caregivers with the information and resources that they need to provide the best care to persons with HD — to work through the difficult symptoms to reach the person behind the disease, and to allow the person to function as well as possible each step of the way.