Norma Lutkenhouse did not hit the pause button in her life after she was diagnosed with Ataxia. She is no longer working but she is utilizing her time keeping active and spending time with her family. She looks at her changing abilities as a way to be introduced to new interests. My mom has Ataxia, […]
Here is the story of Chris Robinson. He tells us of how a friendship from childhood and a death in his family intersected. This would lead to clarity on what was happening to his friend’s father many years before.
Here’s the story of Mary Sheetz. She’s got SCA8. Learn how she’s dealing with the challenges presented by her Ataxia. Mary lives in Portland, Oregon. 12 years ago, she was diagnosed with Spinocerebellar Ataxia type 8. However, if we look back to the 1980s, that’s when the process that would lead to her eventual diagnosis […]
For the Ataxia Profile this week we will be learning about the story of Chanda Huy. Chanda is working on trying to adjust and adapt to the diagnosis of Spinocerebellar Ataxia that she received a year ago. The form that she has is hereditary, passed down by her father. All of the simple things that […]
Hello again everybody! I hope that you all are enjoying the Holiday season…and there is just enough time left in the two-thousand-nineteen year to get in one more Ataxia Profile. This will be number eighteen…and it is my pleasure to introduce Catherine Meredith to you for this writing.
Let’s keep the momentum rolling…with Ataxia Profile number 17. Again, it is my distinct pleasure to introduce Lisa Antonelli Cole to you. Like many of you…I have met Lisa, (as a later photo will testify to:-)), but I look forward to writing this and getting to know her better. This is the purpose of these […]