What is Rett Syndrome?
Rett Syndrome is a rare neurological disorder.
It has often been misdagnosed as autism, cerebral palsy and other non-specific developmental delays. It strikes all racial/ethnic groups and occurs in 1 of every 10,000 female births.
It causes problems in the brain function that are responsible for cognitive, sensory, emotional, motor and autonomic function. These can include learning, speech, sensory sensations, mood, movement, breathing, cardiac function and even chewing, swallowing and digestion.
TO HELP SUPPORT US
WE WANT YOU
Come together on the 22nd October
and help us raise AWARENESS
Spread the knowledge
Listen to a mummy who's daughter has Rett Sydrome!
We can share this information at work
Raise awareness by talking to friends
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Use your collegues to continue spreading awareness
Share information around the community
SPREADING AWARENESS IS KEY. OCTOBER 22ND WE WILL WEAR PURPLE TO SHOW OUR SUPPORT FOR RAISING AWARENESS OF RETT SYNDROME
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22ND OCTOBER TO YOUR DIARIES
This day has been organised by Sofia's Mummy, Ms Lara & Kids in Motion.
Sofia has been with our team for over two years; she was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome. Before meeting Sofia none of the team knew what Rett Syndrome was. Sofia's Mummy has helped our team to understand more; Ms Lara has also begun to work in partnership with Kids In Motion to gain more knowledge and support for all children with special needs. Tiny Town Nursery are dedicated to providing all children with equal opportunities and a safe, stimulating environment.
Here to support all our children and help raise awareness in all areas.