Welcome to Wobbly TV

Wobbly TV. A series of videos for ataxia community.Read more

Finding out you've got ataxia

Being diagnosed is never easy. But there is a range of services available to support you!Read more

When your child has ataxia

Some parents share their first hand experiences in this video.Read more

What should ataxia care be like?

What should ataxia care be like?Read more

Ataxia: Attack it back

Let's raise awareness and Attack it back!Read more

Jade's Story

Here is Jade's story. A short video highlighting what life is like for a nine year old with ataxiaRead more

Imagine

'Imagine': the story of Nathan and Jade, told through their eyes. A moving, yet heart-warming story of two courageous youngsters we were honoured to work with.Read more

'Unfeeling'

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Millie Mae Revisited

Four years on, we revisit Millie MaeRead more

Being Diagnosed With Ataxia When You're Young

Jonathan Kay shares his experience of coping with an ataxia diagnosis.Read more

Caring as a Parent of Someone with Ataxia

Grace Kay shares her experience of how she copes as a parent or a child with ataxia.Read more

Living with Late-Onset cerebellar Ataxia

John Abbott shares his experience of obtaining his diagnosis for late-onset ataxia, and how it has affected him.Read more

About Ataxia Centres

Professor Julie Greenfield (Head of Research at Ataxia UK) and Professor Marios Hadjivassiliou (Ataxia Specialist Neurologist at Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield) discuss what Specialist Ataxia Centres are, how to get a referral to one, and why they're different to general GPs and neurologists.Read more

Ataxia and my Career

Richard Brown tells us about his experiences with ataxia whilst in employment.Read more

Support Groups for People with Ataxia

Patsy Riggs tells about the role of a support group and we pay a visit to a group in action!Read more