Huntington’s disease – care and support for younger adults

We are experienced in supporting younger adults with a range of neurological conditions. Everyone’s needs are unique and vary depending on the progression of their condition, we take great care in understanding you and what support you need to live a full and active life.

Living with Huntington’s disease can be mentally and physically challenging as your needs change due to its progressive nature. Our focus is to enable you to live as independently as possible, whilst remaining in your own home.

We work with you to create a plan that is bespoke to you and your specific needs. Your support worker can support you with medication, personal care, preparing meals and day to day tasks such as cleaning and running errands. Assistance doesn’t just stop with physical tasks. As symptoms progress, the emotional impact can be difficult.

We work with you to offer emotional support and to discuss your future choices. We take the time to understand you, your hobbies and passions, to match you with someone who not only meets your needs but can also offer companionship.

All our care and support staff complete the nationally recognised care certificate. Specific client needs-led training is taught by our training partner Training Now and healthcare professionals.

Our teams receive ongoing training to provide you with the best care and assistance so that you can continue to live an active and independent life. If your learning disability is part of a wider group of complex needs, we can still provide support through our Enable service.

To find out more about our support for younger adults with an acquired spinal injury, call us on 01305443115.