Faces Of Ataxia
Check out the Faces Of Ataxia! Every week we update this section with a story from someone with Ataxia, a caregiver, friend, or relative.
This week, Kassidy Brewer shares the story of her life after a sudden stroke during brain surgery. Read more below! Hi. I’m Kassidy Brewer. At age 13, I suddenly had a ruptured brain aneurysm out of the blue. I was in a coma for 4 months total. During one of my brain surgeries, I had […]
In this week’s Faces of Ataxia blog post, Billie J. Mattingly shares her Ataxia journey and her positive message. My journey has been a long one. I have been searching for answers since I was in my teens. I am now forty-three and found my diagnosis in 2019 of Ataxia (SCA). When I was […]
Alan Thomas from Wales is a fixture in the Ataxia community. Read more about his journey below. ‘Ataxia’ means ‘lack of order’. People with ataxia have problems with movement, balance, and speech. It is a “Degenerative” (in my case, it is a very slow degeneration) there is currently no cure for this “Life-Limiting”, Neurological, condition. […]