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Spinocerebellar Ataxia Australia

'Ataxia' means ‘absence of order’. People with ataxia have problems of co-ordination. This is because parts of the nervous system that normally control co-ordination and balance are affected. Ataxia is the principal symptom of a group of neurological disorders called the cerebellar ataxias. Most are progressive.

Ataxia may also be a symptom of other conditions such as multiple sclerosis or cerebral palsy.

The Support Group in Australia will provide help to all people affected by ataxia, but focuses on the cerebellar ataxias. There are other organisations providing support where ataxia is a part of multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy or other conditions.

Please support us by becoming a Member. By doing so, you'll not only meet others who are affected by Ataxia, but also support research into the condition.

Come along to the next meeting and get to know everyone!!


Hearing Problems in People with Spinocerebellar Ataxia

Participants needed - Video links explaining this study are at the end of the above page.

Next SCA meeting
First SCA meeting in December 2007

Many thanks

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We would like to thank the following for their generous support:

Genetic Support Network Victoria
Roger Thompson
Marie Dunn
Lilliana Dimascio
Gordons for the Age article
Andrew Abson
Mike Alcock
Lausberg's Residential Home
Foothills Quilters
Gordons on Insight
'Di Mascio family
St Gabriele Committee
Meesha Tindale
MPP Pty Ltd - Steven Dunn
Abentech Vic
Dominic and Delma Calcagno
Tracey Lane
Lyn and David Robertson
Jane Timms
Jane Tombs
We have received a most generous donation of $200 from a group associated with a SCAA family. To those people, who wish to remain anonymous, please accept our most sincere thanks for your thoughtful and generous donation.





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