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What’s in the app

Impact HD is a health and wellbeing app for people impacted by Huntington’s disease. The app is informed by local and global research.

Through guided exercise programmes, the app will encourage you to complete physical and cognitive exercises either at the gym or at home.

What’s in the app

Impact HD is a health and wellbeing app for people impacted by Huntington’s disease. The app is informed by local and global research.

Through guided exercise programmes, the app will encourage you to complete physical and cognitive exercises either at the gym or at home.

  • Choose your own schedule
  • Research-informed exercises
  • Available for at home or the gym
  • Personalised fitness goals
  • Encourage your friends
  • Unlockable content
  • Choose your own schedule
  • Physical & cognitive exercises
  • Available for at home or the gym
  • Personalised fitness goals
  • Encourage your friends
  • Unlockable content

Exercises to suit you

The app offers you the ability to make a program that works for you including tips on making exercises harder or easier to match your desired level

Guided by real trainers

The exercises are designed by qualified exercise physiologists with step by step guides available as video demonstrations.

Guided by real trainers

The exercises are designed by qualified exercise physiologists with  step by step guides available as  video demonstrations.

Beta Testing: Phase 1a

Future Releases in Development

Cycle 1 of the ImpactHD app provides physical activies for gene-positive to mildly symptomatic individuals, their family members and carers.


This release is not suitable for those who have been diagnosed with moderate and/or advanced stage Huntington’s. Click here to sign up for information on future releases

 
Planned future releases will include:
  • Exercises for moderate to highly symptomatic individuals
  • Cognitive exercises to compliment the physical activities 
  • An expanded range of physical activities

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