Welcome to the Huntington Society of Manitoba Website

This site reflects the work of the Huntington Society of Canada in Manitoba through its volunteer chapters or individual efforts,

as well its Individual and Family Services program.

 

 

 

Ist Annual

Spike to Cure HD

 

 

 

When: Saturday, August 30, 2014

Where: Adrenaline Adventures,

near Wilkes & Perimeter, Winnipeg

Format: COED 4's "A" & "B"; COED 6's

WOMEN'S 4's

 

Click here for more information

or click here for online pledging.

 

 

 

 

Winnipeg's

Huntington Indy

Go-Kart

Challenge

 

 

When: Sunday, September 7, 2014

Where: Thunder Rapids Fun Park, Headingley

 

It's a great family event with lots of action and prizes. This our 19th Annual HD Indy - help us make it a great one!

 

Click here for more information.

     

 

 

HSC National Conference Coming to Winnipeg

Oct 24-25, 2014, Holiday Inn Airport West

Click here to see the Wonderful Conference Schedule

 

Early Bird Registration and details at

www.huntingtonsociety.ca

 

Don't Miss Out!

 

HD Support Group

The Huntington Disease Support Group provides the opportunity to meet others, share coping and problem-solving strategies, exchange information about HD and resources, and mutually support each other.

 

The group is open to individuals with HD, family caregivers, people at risk for HD and other family members.

Contact Sandra Funk for more information.

Tel: 204-772-4617, or email

 

Brandon Support Worker

Meg McConkey is the Individual and Family Services Support Worker for Brandon and the surrounding area.  Meg is an experienced social worker who has lived and worked in Brandon for many years. You may contact her by calling (204) 728-2449 and leaving a message or E-mail at

hswestman@gmail.com

 

 

 

Newly Diagnosed or Looking for Support?

Please click here for information on Individual and Family Services.

Looking for Current Research and Publications?

Please click here to visit the the Huntington Society of Canada website.

 

The Huntington Society of Canada in Manitoba is proud to be part of the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD) Self-Help Clearinghouse