Supporting people and families affected by Noonan Syndrome
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What is Noonan Syndrome?
Noonan Syndrome is a complex clinical genetic disorder and is thought to affect approximately 1 in 2500 live births. It has many symptoms and their intensity can vary greatly from person to person....read more
What is the Noonan Syndrome Association?
The Noonan Syndrome Association (NSA) aims to provide comprehensive support for families and individuals affected by Noonan Syndrome through research, local and national events, a helpline, local support groups and raising awareness and understanding of the condition amongst the medical profession and general public....read more
HELP US REACH OUR NEXT RESEARCH FUNDING TARGET!
We are now raising funds to support our next medical research project which will look at “The Neurological Aspects of NS including Epilepsy”. We have a target of raising £20,000 and we already have £9,100 towards this. Can you help? If you would like to donate, please press the button below and let's get the temperature up on the thermometer!
OR GIVE REGULARLY EACH MONTH!
Giving just a few pounds each month can make a big difference to the work of the hcarity and what it can achieve. Why not join the many members already donating each month? Just open the Standing Order form below, print and complete it and post it to us.
2015 FAMILIES FOR FAMILIES DAY
IT WAS THE BIGGEST AND THE BEST FAMILIES DAY
- and that's not just us saying that
Fantastic, informative, friendly, superb are just some of the things people said on the day. And they came up with lots of ideas for next year already!
See what our panel of experts said in our Newsletter or in the Publications and Information section (see top lefT) where you can also find out how you can get involved in the Lymphoedema Research we are supporting.
READ ALL ABOUT IT! NSA'S LATEST NEWSLETTER
DOWNLOAD IT HERE
CASPER - CAN YOU HELP?
The Cognitive and Social Profiling: Exploring Rasopthies Project is looking at areas where children with NS (and other closely related conditions) may have difficulties, such as attention and concentration, learning skills, and socialising. The end result should help improve care and treatment in NS. Several NSA families are already involved – is this something you could help as well? Go here for more details: