Will Smith shares a love story that happens to include two people who embraced their differences as willingly as their similarities. Read more about how together they are making adjustments to continue building their lives together.
We introduce Margaret Squire, coming to you from Australia. She lives far from here, but her story sounds familiar to many of us. She has always and still receives joy from working with her church and helping native animals.
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, […]
Nicole Magnum is inspired by what her friend has done to get involved in the Ataxia community. Together they are doing things they enjoy that will eventually become much more challenging with a movement disorder.
This week we are getting to know Veronica Denis who has been involved in several different ataxia groups since her diagnosis. She has also found ways to continue to doing things that are both fulfilling for her and helpful to others.
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 […]