Free of charge | Open to everyone
When someone close to you has Huntington’s disease, you may experience that the person begins to change as the disease progress. Sometimes symptoms include mood swings, irritability, apathy, depression, anger or aggression.
In this webinar we will learn more about typical cognitive changes in Huntington’s disease and how you can cope with them as a close friend, relative, child or partner. The topic will be discussed from both a personal and professional point of view.
REGISTRATION: REGISTER HERE!
WHEN: 28. October | 19:00 Central European Time
(18:00 in England, Portugal / 20:00 in Finland, Greece)
Eirin Bruholt has a mother with Huntington’s disease and experienced how the disease progressed over time. During the webinar she will share her own experiences and how she coped with them.
Filipa Jùlio is a psychologist and has been a board member of the European Huntington Association since 2016. She will talk about cognitive changes from a professional point of view and share her best tips on how to deal with changes.