Non-progressive cerebellar ataxia with intellectual disability

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A rare subtype of autosomal dominant cerebellar ataxia type 1 (ADCA type 1) characterized by the onset in infancy of cerebellar ataxia neonatal hypotonia (in some) mild developmental delay and in later life intellectual disability. Less common features include dysarthria dysmetria and dysmorphic facial features (long face bulbous nose long philtrum thick lower lip and pointed chin).

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Advocacy Organizations

Genetic Support Network of Victoria

The Genetic Support Network of Victoria is an organisation that supports people living with genetic, undiagnosed and rare conditions and those who support them including community and families, patient support organisations, health professionals and industry. Our vision is our community flourishing and living their best lives.

National Ataxia Foundation

Ataxia is a rare neurological disease affecting tens of thousands of people in the US and many thousands more around the world. It is progressive, affecting a person’s ability to walk, talk, and use fine motor skills. The National Ataxia Foundation (NAF) was established in 1957 to help persons with Ataxia and their families. Our mission is to accelerate the development of treatments and a cure

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