In the news

TV appearances 


Thanks to our patron George Rainsford who spoke about Huntington's disease on the BBC and ITV. George is a passionate supporter, he spoke about the disease and the #HuntingtonsInMind campaign on the ITV programme Loose Women and on BBC Morning Live.





The Carer UK featured the launch of our campaign in their bi-monthly printed and digital magazine which has 15,000 copies distributed to nursing and residential care home proprietors throughout England and Wales.

You can find this issue here.



The NR Times published a feature about our Huntington's In Mind campaign which delved into why this year we wanted to focus on mental health based on the results from a study last year.



The Yorkshire Post spoke to the charity's Chief Executive, Cath Stanley, about the campaign and the mental health needs of people with Huntington's disease and their families.



Our Patron, George Rainsford was interviewed by the Express about the #HuntingtonsInMind campaign and his relationship working with the Huntington's community.



One of our campaign case studies, Alison, spoke to the Independent about her story as a carer for both her husband Bert and her daughter Elise who are featured in her film.



Charlie, who also shared her story in one of our short films spoke to the Cardiff Times about her story from finding out to getting tested.



Community member, Sharon shared her family's Huntington's story and our #HuntingtonsInMind campaign in July's special issue of Pick Me Up.




Jennifer Sterne shared her family's story in the i paper. Jennifer also spoke to Professor Ed Wild who provided a professional stance on Huntington's disease and current research.




Press release


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