There are a lot of amazing individuals and families living long and fulfilling lives with SADS conditions!
Whether you're worried about SADS symptoms, have just received a diagnosis of a SADS condition or have lived with a diagnosis for years, you'll find information in this section about living with SADS at every stage of life.
Use the links below or feel free to contact Lynn Johnson, Director of Family Support (email@example.com) if you have any questions or call 1-801-272-3023.
The SADS Foundation physician referral network is a network of physicians who work closely with the SADS Foundation and other experts to bring the highest standard of care to SADS patients and families.
Medical professionals know a lot about SADS and how best to treat it. You know your family. It's important that you work with your medical team to design a SADS treatment plan. Knowing what treatments are available and how they work will better help you understand your choices.
Help save the life of a relative. If you or your children have a SADS condition, chances are very high that extended family does too. Here are tools to help you identify the branches of your extended family that might be at risk.
Join the SADS Foundation mailing list by completing the Family Registration form. It helps us help you! You will also want to join the eNews mailing list and have SADS news delivered to your inbox as soon as it happens. The SADS Foundation International Conference offers a fantastic opportunity to hear presentations from medical experts and to network with other patient families.
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