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How do I provide a safe and comfortable living environment for patient with huntington's disease?
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In brief: Tough
The unfortunate patient may have confusion, depression, and the wild choreic movements.
Risk of injury is a constant, and multiple medications may only provide minimal help. Some home supervision and essential services will be needed. Best to avoid stairs, have available grab bars, have a consistent stereotyped schedule. The specialty associations can help. Contact the national huntington's.

In brief: Tough
The unfortunate patient may have confusion, depression, and the wild choreic movements.
Risk of injury is a constant, and multiple medications may only provide minimal help. Some home supervision and essential services will be needed. Best to avoid stairs, have available grab bars, have a consistent stereotyped schedule. The specialty associations can help. Contact the national huntington's.
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine
In brief: Support groups
www.hdsa.org/about/chapters-and-affiliates.
html www.Dailystrength.Org/c/huntingtons-disease/support-group huntingtondisease.Tripod.Com/internetsupportgroups/ www.Hdac.Org/chat/index.Php one or more of these should be able to provide you support and answers to your questions.

In brief: Support groups
www.hdsa.org/about/chapters-and-affiliates.
html www.Dailystrength.Org/c/huntingtons-disease/support-group huntingtondisease.Tripod.Com/internetsupportgroups/ www.Hdac.Org/chat/index.Php one or more of these should be able to provide you support and answers to your questions.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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