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Organization: Huntington Society of Canada - Southwestern Ontario Resource Centre  
Phone Numbers: 519-660-0670
186 Albert St, Ste 310
London, ON
N6A 1M1
Intersection: Richmond St and Albert St
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: If accessibility is an issue, the RCD has the ability to meet in a mutually agreed upon, accessible location
Hours: Tue, Wed 9am-5pm * Thu 9am-2:30pm
Executives: Cheri DeLargie - Chapter President
519-633-1181 *
Contacts: Corey Janke - Director of the Southwestern Ontario Resource Centre
Service Description: Provides information and education about the nature and progression of Huntington's Disease and care strategies through individual and family consultations, group information meetings and provision of written materials and web resources

Provides short term counselling to address the emotional and practical adjustments to living with Huntington's Disease, the impact on relationships and daily living, communication within the family, behavioral issues and safety plans, support systems and future planning

Provides information about community resources available to help meet specific individual needs and the process to access these resources

Participates as a member of the local Huntington's Disease Clinics

Meeting: Support group meetings are held on the third Wed of the month 7pm at Parkwood Hospital, Day Hospital (alternating months for information sessions and support group)
Fees: Free
Application: Call * no referral required
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Persons living with Huntington's disease as well as their families and caregivers * healthcare professionals working with people with Huntington's disease
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: London, Middlesex, Oxford, Elgin, Lambton, Chatham-Kent, Grey, Bruce, Perth, Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk
See Also: Huntington Disease

This information was last completely updated on 1/26/2016

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About Us
The Huntington Society of Canada aspires to a world free from Huntington disease. The Society maximizes the quality of life of people living with HD by: delivering services; enabling others to understand the disease and; furthering research to slow and to prevent Huntington disease