Huntington's Disease

The Anne McDonald Centre works with people with Huntington's Disease

People with Huntington's Disease generally develop speech and language difficulties.  These can often be assisted with AAC therapy and devices.

People with Huntington's Disease, as opposed to people who have had their conditions since birth, generally have the advantage that other people are not so quick to put their difficulties down to mental incapacity.

When someone with Huntington's Disease uses our services we assess the person's current communication, advise them on communication options,  and arrange for them to obtain those that best meet their needs.

For more information contact the Australian Huntington's Association.



Anne McDonald Centre. 538 Dandenong Road, Caulfield 3162 Victoria, Australia Ph: 03 9509 6324, Fax: 03 9509 6321
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