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General Resources for Ataxia
If you feel overwhelmed or are concerned about someone else and need to talk to someone here some resources:
Nebraska Helpline 888.866.8660
Iowa Helpline 855.800.1239
National Ataxia Foundation www.ataxia.org
Support Group Talks:
When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi
Living With Ataxia: An Information and Resource Guide by Martha A Nance
Traveling with Ataxia:
Lifestyle site for people with disabilities blends in-depth destination reviews and community-sourced travel recommendations.
This is one of the most thorough sites for accessible accommodations, this booking engine has more than 23,000 listings in 50 countries. Users can narrow resultsÂ by mobility level, plus variables like city size, price and number of guests.
A one-stop shop for travelers with disabilitiesÂ who are looking to book hotels, cruises, transportation and more.
This podcast spotlights the travel company, Planet Abled.
This can serve as a tool to help design home exercise programs
In the Omaha area, there are resources available for private yoga instruction. is very versed in ataxia and how to incorporate yoga poses to your level of ability.
Yoga can be useful for helping balance. Yoga can be done with a chair or even in a wheelchair.
I’m Not Drunk, I Have Ataxia by Claire Ceriani
TexX Talk by Dr. Terry Wahls: Minding Your Mitochondria