Our Mission

This is an influential project that helps the daily lives of people living with Ataxia.  The Ataxia&Research Solution Event helps Ataxia people by funding through crowdfunding donations. We are making a daily difference in the living situation and quality of people who have Ataxia with home improvement needs, nursing care, and aid equipment needs. Ataxia&Research Solution Event changes the lives of people who have Ataxia.

Application process

To apply for your need please contact the email address:  marthamarieharlam@gmail.com

You can also go to the Ataxia&Research Solution Event website to read about our history and our work: https://miracle-answer.org

Application Process

General information

Ataxia has affected millions of people worldwide since 1983. The most prevalent of the neurological disease being Friedrichs Ataxia. This project works closely with the National Ataxia Foundation USA, Ataxia UK and EuroAtaxia charities. This is a more people oriented Care needs project.

Once the applicant reaches their need funding goal we donate the rest of our yearly funds to the charities associated with Ataxia research.

Your donation today can change the daily situation of an Ataxia sufferer!

Events for 2022

Coming in 2022

Boston USA. 11-13 July. Hanes Convention Centre

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Serious requests for Ataxia ( local radio station for 1 week  ) anyone can ask anytime on behalf of the Ataxia&Research Solution Event – contact marthamarieharlam@gmail.com

CACNA1A Foundation

Ataxia Global Conference 2022

November 04/05 Dallas Texas USA

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Hocoma Academy Swiss Edition

October 3-7 2022

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Calling all Golfers

On 24 October a golf scramble is being held to benefit NAF research into Ataxia. Any golfer can join the efforts to help Ataxia research. Get in touch with Jannette to see how you can be a part of this event. Women too !

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Ataxia – a tale of survival and hope

A Member of the Solution Project

“The doctors stood around my bed as they gave their diagnosis of the neurological tests. They were all unanimous in their decision. They all said I would need to give up my singing contracts and start to retrain for a new profession. But what that should be, they didn’t say. This was a scary pivotal moment in my life. “

A Member of the Solution Project