Lisa Dix has cerebellar ataxia, which in her case is caused by an immune reaction against the cerebellum. She loves to read, sew and has even learned to dance during therapy. By joining support groups, Lisa has met many wonderful people and learned a lot about ataxia.
Susan Stiles was diagnosed with SCA6 at the age of 64. She had always been unexplainably clumsy, but also very athletic. Susan has always been quite a workaholic and she has even written her own book. All my life I have been clumsy but didn’t know why. I kept falling down without a moment’s notice, […]
We’re grateful to announce that we’ve booked Linda K. Olson to speak at an upcoming Global Ataxia Support Group meeting. Read below for more details! In her 20s, Linda Olson lost both her legs above the knee and her right arm in a train accident in Germany. She and her husband rebuilt their lives as […]