Virtual Annual Conference – Ataxia

Virtual Annual Conference

Virtual Annual Conference

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Welcome to Ataxia Unlocked; this year’s virtual Annual Conference. Join the weekend from the comfort of your own home and meet other people affected by ataxia. Below is a snippet of our agenda so you know what to expect. We also have Virtual Workshops, Birds of a Feather and It Works For Me sessions. We are really looking forward to seeing you in October! BOOKINGS HAVE NOW CLOSED!

Click here to read the full agenda!

Highlights of the weekend

Friday 15 October 2021 | 2pm-5pm
  • Meet others like you in Birds of a Feather
  • Hear research updates about Friedreich’s ataxia, cerebellar ataxia including episodic ataxia and DRPLA
  • Listen to Doctor’s Q&A about Friedreich’s ataxia, cerebellar ataxia including episodic ataxia, DRPLA, gluten and other ataxias, and children with ataxia
  • Finish day one off with a fun game of bingo.
Saturday 16 October 2021 | 10.30am-4.30pmJamie Raven
  • Hear about Ataxia UK from CEO Sue Millman
  • Join a virtual workshop
  • Exclusive interview with Paul Coia, para dressage rider, Mari Akhurst, and Paralympic equestrian, Helen Kearney
  • It Works For Me sessions from the ataxia community
  • Get the latest on a voice banking project
  • Evening of magic with Britain’s Got Talent magician, Jamie Raven!
Sunday 17 October 2021 | 11am-12.30pm / 3pm-5pm
  • Join a different virtual workshop to Saturday
  • It Works For Me sessions from the ataxia community
  • Hear about Healx and their mission to develop new treatments for FA
  • Find out about our new awards.

You will be joined by some fantastic speakers…


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