HD Voice was established in 2017 with the aim of giving people with experience of Huntington’s Disease a voice in a variety of projects. We have around 30 members at present who have a range of experience with Huntington’s Disease (people with symptoms, people who are at-risk, are carers, or have had a negative test), all of these people volunteer their time to be part of HDVoice.
HD Voice is a panel of volunteers who help the Huntington’s Disease Association learn about the needs of families living with Huntington’s. They work on different projects to help us make sure our information, literature and the research we’re involved in has the biggest impact for the people we work with.
Members of HD Voice have a say by helping to select the types of research we get involved with. They also help scientists to plan and develop their research ideas.
HD Voice also have a say by reviewing our information for people with Huntington’s disease, their families and carers. They help us to make sure the information is useful and relevant for people with the disease. This involves giving us feedback on things like our information guides and our website.
We believe that by encouraging involvement from people with direct experience of Huntington’s, our information and the research we are involved in will be more relevant to the needs of the people who need it.
We request around four written responses, there may also be the opportunity for direct discussions with researchers or to be part of focus groups. The time commitment required will vary depending on the project(s) you’ve chosen to take part in.
If you are interested in getting involved please contact Ruth to request an application form:
By email to: [email protected]
Or by post to: Huntington’s Disease Association, Huntington's Disease Association, Suite 24, Liverpool Science Park, Innovation Centre 1, 131 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TF
If you would like to ask any questions about HD Voice please contact [email protected] 0151 331 5444