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PSP Association

Published: 24th January 2008 11:07

PSP Association (PSPA) is a national charity offering support and information to people living with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD), while funding research into the diseases.

The charity is based in Towcester, Northants and relies entirely on voluntary donations.

PSP and CBD are rare neurological diseases that affect balance, movement, vision, speech and swallowing. There are no treatments although therapies can help manage symptoms.

PSPA funds research to improve diagnosis and fully understand the causes and to discover a cure, or at least disease-modifying treatments for PSP and CBD. It provides information and support for families and help them access assistance from statutory and other public or voluntary bodies. The charity raises awareness so that society, and in particular medical professionals, better understand the needs of people with PSP and CBD, and their families.

For more information please visit the website www.pspassociation.org.uk or contact the Helpline on: Phone: 0300 0110 122

Email: helpline@pspassociation.org.uk

 

Registered in England number: 2920581.

Registered charity numbers: England and Wales 1037087/Scotland SC041199

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