Alabama Rett Connect  

A Representative of the Southeastern Rett Syndrome  Alliance-
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Alabama Parent Education Center - Calendar of events 

AL. Dept. of Mental Health Calendar of events
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AL. Dept. of Mental Health
Frequently asked Questions about the ID Waiver and services
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Family Voices Video Training 
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Be sure to 
check out these respite care programs throughout our state!! Great Resource!!
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Assistive Technology Support through Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program
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ADAP's Special Education Advocacy Services
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ADAPT Client Intake Form for ADAPT services​
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Alabama's free rental listing service. (Initially funded by the Alabama Council on Developemental Disabilities) Great resource for families looking for a home and need special considerations.
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Alabama Rett Connect is a representative of the Southeastern Rett Syndrome Alliance (SRSA) and the International Rett Syndrome Foundation. It is a project funded through a grant by the Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities (ACDD). The goal of Alabama Rett Connect is to locate, to inform, and to bring together Rett Syndrome families around the state of Alabama.

International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF) Regional Representatives for Alabama

Dr. Marilyn Archilbald -
Ms. Susan Lee - Lead Special Education Teacher 
Birmingham, Alabama -
News ALert!! 
Neuren Pharmaceuticals ANNOUNCES Phase 2 trial of trofinetide demonstrates significant clinical benefit in pediatric Rett syndrome!
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Biobanking of Rett Syndrome and Related Disorders
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Evaluation of the Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of Sarizotan in Rett Syndrome With Respiratory Symptoms
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Enable Savings Plan Alabama
Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer and Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg today announced the signing of a contract between the two states, making the Enable Savings Plan for individuals with disabilities available to Alabama residents. The savings plan will be known as Enable Savings Plan Alabama. Interested Alabamians are encouraged to visit for more information.