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Symptom management

Ataxia-telangiectasia in children: Guidance on diagnosis and clinical care is the first document of its type written specifically for professionals treating children with AT.

The complexity of AT means that each child needs to be seen by a wide range of clinicians and therapists, but its rarity means that very few will know much at all about the condition. The clinical guidance booklet aims to ensure that for the first time there is a shared understanding of the symptoms and progress of the condition and a consistent approach to treating it, based on the experience of the world’s longest-established multi-disciplinary AT clinic in Nottingham.

While the document is primarily aimed at clinicians and other health professionals, it is also relevant for those caring for children with AT, who want to ensure that they are receiving the best possible care.

Please click on the image below to open a pdf version of the booklet which you can save to your computer or print out. If you would like a printed copy, please e-mail or phone us on 01582 760733. The document is also available in French.


Clinical Guidance document                                            APRAT clinical guidance document