Hosted with Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Rett Syndrome Services Clinic – St. Paul, MN (Regional Association Partner)
Enjoy an accessible family friendly park for 2 days with a private dinner on Saturday. Tickets are $50/person; this is at least a $70 savings! Plan your Accessible Seasame Place Day!
Date: Saturday, May 18
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Where: Abby’s Garden Grille
After 5:30 pm parking is free
Tickets must be pre-purchased by Wednesday, May 8th 2019 and are non-refundable.
Tickets include: Private after-hours dinner with a Sesame character appearance, and 2-day park passes to be used on Saturday, May 18th and Sunday, May 19th.
The park is less than a mile away from the Rett Ed Day at Sheraton Bucks County. Parking at Sesame Place is $27 or $23 based on the lot. The Sheraton offers free parking and free non-ADA shuttle.
Rettsyndrome.org Ed Day hosted by TBD – Boston, MA
Hosted by UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals Katie’s Clinic for Rett and Related Disorders, a Rettsyndrome.org Clinical Research Center of Excellence
Intended for anyone wanting to connect on issues important to Rett syndrome families, especially clinical trial information and emphasis on the enriched environment. Attendees will enjoy a fun camp-style day of discussion and “living education” activities that will cover: research updates, medical and therapeutic interventions, and communication strategies.
WHEN | Saturday, July 20, 2019
WHERE | Camp Arroyo, 5555 Arroyo Road, Livermore, CA 94550
TIME | 9:00a.m. – 4:00p.m. (please arrive at 8:30a.m.)
Fee: $10/per person. Diagnosed children are FREE.
Includes: Presentations, hands-on activities and demonstrations, interactive panel discussion, continental breakfast and lunch. We will have an onsite photographer for family portraits for RSO awareness and education materials. If you choose to participate, photos will be shared with you at no charge.
Sarika Peters, PhD, , Assoc. Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Marie Bateh, Physical Therapist and parent will explore specific domains as a framework to consider important issues and creative options for taking care of ourselves to ensure we have the energy, mindset and health needed to care for our loved one with Rett syndrome.
Our goal is to help you frame an empowered life for yourself today, while we pursue our collective Hope for better treatments and ultimately a cure for Rett syndrome. Questions and comments submitted in advance will be addressed, and there will be plenty of time for write-in questions during the session.
Visit www.rettsyndrome.org/RettEd for additional 2019 webcast topics, and to access recording links from past webcasts and associated QA documents. RettEd is a monthly series featuring expert Speakers on Rett-related research and care topics, hosted by Rettsyndrome.org, to help pave your personal pathway to empowerment.
Please join us Tuesday, September 10th at 1:00 pm eastern with Huda Y. Zoghbi, M.D., Director, Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute at Texas Children’s Hospital; Baylor College of Medicine as we journey from discovery of the Rett syndrome disease-causing MECP2 gene to where that discovery and subsequent learnings have taken us to today.
This live webinar is intended to provide hope and inspiration to caregivers and families. Our goal is to help you frame our collective Hope for better treatments and ultimately a cure for Rett syndrome while empowering you with strategies in the here and now. Questions and comments submitted in advance will be addressed, and there will be plenty of time for write-in questions during the session. Visit www.rettsyndrome.org/RettEd for additional 2019 webinar topics, and to access recording links from past webinars and associated QA documents. RettEd is a monthly series featuring expert Speakers on Rett-related research and care topics, hosted by Rettsyndrome.org, to help pave your personal pathway to empowerment