YPAHD Day

 

YPAHD Day is a one-day conference hosted by youth for youth (between ages 14-35) who are affected by Huntington Disease.

Regional YPAHD Days: November 16, 2019

Registration is now open for the 2019 Regional YPAHD Days! Check below for the registration package, or to register for your local YPAHD Day. Registration fees go up September 1st.

Calgary – Hotel Clique Calgary Airport – Click here for the Calgary YPAHD Day registration package or REGISTER FOR CALGARY!

Toronto – Sandman Signature Mississauga Hotel – Click here for the Toronto YPAHD Day registration package or REGISTER FOR TORONTO!

Halifax – Best Western Chocolate Lake – Click here for the Halifax YPAHD Day registration package or REGISTER FOR HALIFAX!

 

Funding is available for attendance at YPAHD Day. Click here for the application. Please note: funding applications must be received by June 28, 2019

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Thank you to everyone who attended YPAHD Day on November 1, 2018 in Kelowna, BC!

This year YPAHD Day was held at the Delta Grand Okanagan in Kelowna, British Columbia on Thursday, November 1, 2018. Information and topics of interest were presented to youth and followed by the HSC National Conference on November 2nd and 3rd. HSC provided funding assistance for a select number of YPAHD delegates to attend YPAHD day as well as the National Conference. Over 70 youth from across Canada attended!

Thank you to all of those that joined us for a few days full of fun, support, education and lasting memories!!

 

Have questions about YPAHD or future YPAHD Days? Contact ypahd@huntingtonsociety.ca!

To see more about past YPAHD days click here.

HISTORY OF YPAHD DAY

In 2012, our youth chapter created a one-day youth conference (YPAHD Day) in conjunction with the HSC National Conference. In 2015, we hosted YPAHD day in 3 cities across Canada! YPAHD Day continues to grow and now meets annually, either at the HSC National Conference, or at the regional days. YPAHD day attendees appreciate the opportunity to connect with others who understand their experiences, breaking the sense of isolation, alongside much needed education, support, and a few fun and crazy antics.