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Safe and Savvy Online

Date: 06 Feb, 2020  No Comments  ASUK USER

As part of Safer Internet Day 2020,  the charity Look UK have teamed up with the not-for-profit company Wise Kids to provide a free webinar for youngsters with a visual impairment and their parents, about keeping safe online. This will be happening on the 11th February 2020 at 8pm. If you would like to register


Northern Powerhouse, Sheffield Makes People Happy!

Date: 21 Jan, 2020  No Comments  ASUK USER

The Ticket Bank is for charities and community organisations that want to improve access to the arts, music events and cultural activities for their members who experience barriers to attending these events. Ticket Bank believe that all events should be accessible and socially inclusive and they provide free tickets to such events. They hope that


Groove to the Alstrom Stroove – Sneak Peek!

Date: 17 Jan, 2020  No Comments  ASUK USER

This film is a must see – bringing together clinicians, families and the ASUK team to Groove to the Alstrom Stroove! Alström Syndrome UK are always looking for fun and innovative ways to stay fit and healthy. Alström can often lead to obesity and type 2 diabetes so leading a healthy lifestyle is very important


Hot off the press!! – the Winter newsletter is out NOW!

Date: 13 Dec, 2019  No Comments  ASUK USER

With the cold and wintery nights setting in why not grab something warm and comforting and take 5 minutes to read our latest newsletter. This edition is full to the brim with family stories and adventures – including a Game of Thrones adventure in Ireland and one of our members relaxing in the Highlands. You


We’ve joined the Rare Revolution!

Date: 30 Jul, 2019  No Comments  ASUK USER

We are proud to announce that we are now a Charity Partner and an integral part of the Rare Revolution magazine, helping to bring about a dramatic and wide reaching change in conditions and attitudes for the rare disease community.  We hope this will raise awareness of Alstrom Syndrome alongside other rare conditions and will


Be a Rare Champion!

Date: 01 Jul, 2019  No Comments  ASUK USER

Can you remember when we gathered together on our bikes to ride from Torquay to Birmingham, an amazing 200 miles to raise money and awareness of Alstrom Syndrome or when Nichola Martland along with her friends and family persuaded her friend to be waxed!! Eeekkk!! We rely on your continued generosity and support to continue