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In a touching narrative shared by the National Ataxia Foundation, we meet the Ruehl family—Susan, Charlie, and Mary—as they courageously navigate the challenges of living with Ataxia. The journey begins with Susan’s recollection of noticing her children, Charlie and Mary, experiencing difficulties with balance and movement during their teenage years. Despite initial dismissals, Susan’s instincts...
Linda’s journey with Ataxia began in her childhood, marked by medical challenges and diagnoses that ultimately led to the discovery of her condition, Ataxia Oculomotor Apraxia type 2 (AOA2).  Despite facing numerous obstacles, Linda’s resilience and determination have propelled her to become an advocate for Ataxia awareness in South Africa. From a young age, Linda...

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To continuously empower others on building healthy lifestyles where personal/spiritual growth is prioritized, the pursuit of positive mind-body change is valued, and the notion of making the most out of life is a core motivation. In addition, to raise overdue Ataxia Awareness and spark meaningful perspective shifts that both present-day society and future generations can mutually benefit from.

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