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About RSAA

 

Formed in Melbourne in July 1989, the Rett Syndrome Association of Australia Inc. (RSAA) is a not-for-profit organisation which is managed by a Committee of volunteers, most of whom are parents of children with Rett syndrome.

The Association seeks to enrich the quality of life for persons with the syndrome and their families, and be of assistance to anyone interested in the disorder. July 2014 marked the 25th anniversary of the Association’s formation.

Members of  the present RSAA Committee are as follows:

Executive:

President           Claude Buda (NSW)

Vice-President  Bill Callaghan (VIC)

Secretary Caroline Dempster (WA) 

Treasurer           Tony Cagliuso (SA)

Assist. Treasurer  Karen Rodda (SA)

Family Support Co-ordinator                             Sue Hallenstein (VIC)

 

                   Other members:
                   Jayne Bowden (TAS)     

                   Elizabeth Davies (VIC)

                  Michelle Denniss (QLD)

                   Eric Gowans (SA)

                   Kristy Klingner (SA)   

                  Dagmar Lockwood (SA) 

                   Mary-Anne Rome (VIC)

                   Kirsty Sale (SA)

                   Madeleine Saric (VIC)

                   Georgia White (NSW) .

 

Recent RSAA annual general meetings 

Content of the 2017/18 RSAA annual general meeting which took place in Melbourne on 17 November 2018, can be viewed by clicking on the following link 

http://www.rettaustralia.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/2017-2018-RSAA-Annual-Report-and-Financials-.docx

Content of the 2016/17 RSAA annual general meeting which was held in Melbourne on 23 September 2017, can be viewed by clicking on the following link

http://www.rettaustralia.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/2016-2017-RSAA-annual-report-and-financials-1.docx

 

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