2023 Australian Pompe Association & New Zealand Pompe Network Family Support Forum
We hope you are enjoying the conference. We have put together some supporting documents and where available, links to more information or video presentations from our conference. We hope you find these useful.
This web page will be updated with more information if made available by speakers, so be sure to check this page again when you get home from conference.
We will leave this page up for 1 month after the conference, so make sure you download all the information you require. Most information is in a downloadable form that you can save as a digital file on your computer or print out.
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Thoroughly phenotype children with late-onset Pompe disease (LOPD) diagnosed via newborn screening (NBS) to provide guidance for long-term follow up.
Download paper: Early clinical phenotype of late onset Pompe disease: Lessons learned from newborn screening
Click through to the Australian Pompe Association website to see why NBS needs to be updated in Australia and advocacy work being done.
Gracie’s Boutique has offered the Australian Pompe Association a 7 day online sales event from 7am Monday 13th November to midnight Sunday 19th November.
The Australian Pompe Association gets 20% of sales when we use the codeword POMPE at check out.
There are some very, very nice handbags, candles, giftware as well as gorgeous tops and dresses. All beautifully made and absolute quality. Treat your self for Pompe!
We will send an email reminder and Facebook reminders the week of promo.
Download the app below to donate spare change to the APA! This app allows you to round your purchases up to the nearest dollar, and the small change goes to the APA. You can cap the weekly amount through the app EG: $2 ,$5 etc maximum per week.
Small change for big change. Scan the QR code below to start.
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As seen at the conference
COGY is the world’s first wheelchair that moves by pedaling. The technology used in COGY wheelchairs helps increase mobility, serving as a rehabilitation method for those who suffer from spinal cord injury, stroke, cerebral palsy, and other conditions.
The Australian Pompe Association is not endorsing or recommending this product. Talk to your OT or other disability professional before buying any disability equipment.
Since its launch, the MLAK system has been widely used throughout Australia. It has been installed at railway stations, accessible toilets in Council facilities, shopping centers, and in National Parks.
The MLAK system is also used for adaptive playground equipment such as the Liberty Swing.
To purchase a key from the MLAA Support Office, please visit our website:
Alternatively, contact the MLAA Support Office.
Phone: 03 9338 8822
Toll Free: 1800 810 698