AIRETT Congress – 1st and 2nd June 2019

AIRett devoted the first two days of June to its periodical National Congress organized this year in Cervia – “New Borders in Rett Syndrome: a Glance towards the Future” – with novel therapeutic international strategies being the main theme of the Conference. Rett families as well as experts interested in the syndrome (more than 250 […]

Congratulations to dr Gillian Townend with her PHD

We congratulate Dr. Gillian Townend with her successful PhD defense the 4 th of July at the University of Maastricht Rett Syndrome: “Recognising the Communication Challenges, Needs and Potential of Individuals Living with a Rare Disease” It was an honour to be there and we would like to express our gratitude in name of all […]

Rett Disorders Alliance Health Checklist

The Rett Disorders Alliance UK (Reverse Rett, Rett UK and FOXG1) are delighted to bring you The Rett Syndrome Health Checklist. The Health Checklist provides information to help with symptom identification and management including suggestions for drugs which may help and those which may cause difficulties for people with Rett syndrome. There are also links […]

News from the Russian Rett Association

The Rett Syndrome Association (Russia) has been implementing a project on creating Rett syndrome resources in Russian language since 2017. The start to the project was given by the VIII World Congress on Rett syndrome, which was held in Kazan in May 2016. In 2018, within the framework of the “Mutual Support” project (winner of […]

7th South East European Rare Disease Conference

This conference took place on the beautiful lake Ohrid. Ohrid and Lake Ohrid were accepted as Cultural and Natural World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Ohrid is one of only 28 sites that are part of UNESCO’s World Heritage that are Cultural as well as Natural sites. Regional meeting for rare diseases patient advocates took place […]

ActivRett Survey from Telethon Kids Institute

Please take a moment for the ActivRett Survey from Telethon Kids Institute. Share your experiences in your daughter’s standing and walking activities. Your participation helps us understand what activities work, don’t work, are fun, and which activities enhance their quality of life. Your response helps us plan programs that focus on increasing physical activity, and […]

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