Helping someone with Huntington’s disease

If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with Huntington’s disease, a rare brain disorder, having a care plan can help you monitor the progress of your condition.

At Synergy Complex Care, we aim to provide support and guidance for creating a comprehensive care plan to improve the quality of life.

Understanding Huntington’s disease

Huntington’s disease is an inherited condition that affects movement, cognitive abilities, and emotional control.

It typically develops between the ages of 30 and 50, with symptoms varying widely.

As the disease progresses, it becomes increasingly difficult to manage daily tasks and maintain independence.

Creating a care plan

Our care plans are person-centred and each one will be based on your individual needs.

We’ll conduct an assessment to analyse your condition, your preferences and the level of care needed.

Once your plan is in place, we’ll work closely with healthcare professionals, such as your GP, neurologist, and therapists, to ensure a comprehensive understanding of your medical history and ongoing treatments.

We provide personal care, medication management, mobility assistance, and emotional support, with caregivers trained to understand the unique challenges posed by Huntington’s disease.

At Synergy Complex Care, we value open communication, and we encourage regular dialogue between our caregivers, you and your family.

If you would like to learn more about our services or discuss your care or the care of a loved one, please contact us today.

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