Caregiving Advocacy

Huntington’s Disease and Social Security Disability Benefits

Like many other illnesses, Huntington’s disease can strike without warning—changing a person’s life forever. In the days, weeks, and months following a diagnosis of Huntington’s disease, it is important to plan for the future. Although it is important to discuss medical and supportive care options, you should also make financial plans.

If you or a loved one has Huntington’s disease, it may become necessary to apply for Social Security Disability benefits. Disability benefits can provide financial support to those who can no longer work due to disability or illness.

Using the Neuropsychological Exam and Other Tools To Help Those Struggling With the "Softer" Symptoms of Huntington's Disease

%BL%Over the last seven years I have had the privilege of assisting hundreds of person’s with Huntington’s Disease (Phds) get the Social Security Disability (SSD) and Long-Term Disability (LTD) benefits they deserved after being initially denied; helping those who were “wrongfully” arrested, accused or crimes, and even kicked out of grade school because of Huntington’s Disease (HD) and Juvenile Huntington’s Disease (JHD); and helping family members understand

Phil Hardt
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