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A-T Society's counsellor recognised by the Queen

We are delighted to announce that Helen Hart, who for many years has provided counselling support for people living with Ataxia-Telangiectasia has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Helen, who is herself an A-T mother, first came to counselling through the A-T Society. However, she now practises more widely, doing much of her counselling for the bereavement charity Cruse.

Survey for adults in England with neurological conditions

The Neurological Alliance is currently carrying out a major survey of adults with neurological conditions in England. The findings will be crucial in helping us to understand what progress is being made in improving neurological services, and what still needs to happen.

It is particularly important that people with rare conditions like A-T make their voices heard. Often their needs tend to be overlooked for those of the more common conditions. Please click on the picture above to find a link to the survey.

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  A-T the front line

In a new approach to talking about our work, our chief executive William has started a blog. This is a page where from time to time he posts informal articles about some of the things he has been doing, issues he has been thinking about or other items that have caught his eye. Click on the image above to visit the blog.

The idea is to give an idea of some of the things which are going on in the background but aren't ready to become full website items and also to allow a more personal view. It's an experiment, so let us know what you think.

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