AHCF is pleased to announce that we have met the requirements and been granted the GuideStar Bronze Seal. Look for us to attain the silver seal in the next few months and then it’s Gold!!
The AHCF is pleased to share some exciting news with our AHC community! The University of Chicago recently added an information fact sheet to their website titled, “ATP1A3 Analysis for Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood.” http://bit.ly/1aYQ3ZY The information sheet is… Read More
The Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood Foundation Family Meeting will be held at the Hilton, Minneapolis/St Paul Airport, Mall of America www.mspairport.hilton.com The meeting will take place June 26th – 28th.
The AHCF extends our congratulations to Dr. Sasaki and his colleagues on the publication of their article, “Genotype-Phenotype Correlations in Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood.”
Happy New Year AHCF Families and Friends, In honor of AHC Day, registration for the AHCF Family Meeting 2014 will open on January 18th!! We will be posting details daily and we hope to see all of you in Minneapolis… Read More
Please enjoy this holiday message from AHCF and hope everyone has a great Christmas and New Year! 2013 Holiday Message
Help support AHCF on Giving Tuesday on Dec 3rd! Giving Tuesday is a movement to create a national day of giving to kick off the giving season added to the calendar on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday… Read More
Dear AHCF Families and Friends, Happy Thanksgiving to all of our Families and Friends. Please enjoy the wonderful update Vicky Platt created to commemorate our 20th anniversary and all the things AHCF has to be thankful for. 2013… Read More
[iframe width=”350″ height=”196″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/OK2rDROb73M?rel=0″ allowfullscreen] A few weeks ago, we launched our Mission Video to raise awareness and funding for AHC, which has been hugely successful. Now, we give you another version of the Mission Video, tailored toward… Read More
Last month, the AHCF was pleased to provide financial support for three people to attend the Second Symposium on ATP1A3 in Disease. The two AHC researchers we funded from the United States were; Dr. Kathryn Swoboda from the… Read More