Since April 2000 the mission of the HDLighthouse Families Web site is to present and explain the latest research findings so that families afflicted by Huntington's disease can become proactive in their care, have hope for the future, and make good decisions in the present. Additionally we provide information that is vital to the the support of HD families. Where possible we will direct you to specialists in the your area of concern, but if we are able to provide better or more current information then you'll find it here.

My First Christmas in Heaven

%TR% It’s my first Christmas in Heaven and I could not ask for more For I am seeing with my own eyes that which I have only read about before Other loved ones that have gone before; I have waited so long to see Were all gathered round, waiting there for me The reunion so blessed, filled with joy and sweet release Compared none at all, to when I met the Prince of Peace Oh I knew that it was my Jesus, as we stood there face to face Tears of joy began to fall, as He wrap
Julie Sando Teuber


There are many things in life that happen over which we have absolutely no control. Huntington's Disease is a very good example of that. None of us would ever choose this path which life has sprung on us. One of the lessons that I have learned in this life time is that a little bit of faith can go a long way. We all have faith in different things and to varing degrees. The opposite of faith is worrying about all the things that have or could go wrong. A certain amount of worry is a healthy t

My Friend, My Hero, My Lorna

This tribute to my best friend Lorna is way overdue. She is one of the kindest, most amazing people I have ever met. To know Lorna is to love Lorna; one just can not help it. I first met Lorna at the BC Lions Camp Squamish at a Huntington's camp years ago. We were instant friends and as we shared our hearts and souls with each other, we discovered we had matching baggage when it came to our past experiences. %TR% The fact Lorna also has HD gave us an amazing inner understanding of living wit

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