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A conversation with the women and men involved in our foundation: Sandy Sadler

Today we introduce you to Sandy Sadler, administrator.


AC: Can you outline your professional background?


SS: My professional background is quite atypical, but it has always affected, directly or indirectly, the field of health, training, and project management.

AC: Tell us about your involvement with Ataxia Canada.


SS: A trained health professional, I have always been committed to improving the quality of life of people with chronic physical conditions, as well as their caregivers. No longer working as a clinician, I find it important to continue this commitment by getting involved in causes like Ataxia Canada. Ataxia Canada is a small foundation that succeeds in doing great things thanks to the dynamism, expertise and deep commitment of the people involved. It is a privilege to have the opportunity to contribute to the mission of the foundation and to participate in its development.


AC: What do you want to accomplish with Ataxia Canada?


SS: I want to increase the visibility of Ataxia Canada and its services among health professionals so that they refer more and more quickly people suffering from ataxia to the foundation. I would then like to support Ataxia Canada in the development of its research grant program. I consider that the foundation can become a serious, essential, and recognized player in funding research that will have a positive impact for people suffering from different forms of ataxia.

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