The first official visitor to the new Reverse Rett office, David Starbuck, with co-founders, Rachael and Andy Stevenson
After four years at the delightful Old Parsonage in Didsbury, the Reverse Rett office recently moved across Manchester to Paragon House in Stretford.
With the recent announcement of the first UK Clinical Trial for people with Rett Syndrome and the exciting 'Roadmap for a Cure' which was announced yesterday by the Rett Syndrome Research Trust, we envisage a busy few years ahead for our small team. We enjoyed our time at the Parsonage but with an increasing number of families coming to visit, it's also vital that we have wheelchair access to our office. We now have a long term home to grow into!
We would like to thank all involved at Bruntwood for their help which allowed the move to go smoothly and to David Starbuck who is grandfather to Amber, Nick Johnson and Jenny Thompson, parents of Kitt, who helped us secure this larger but significantly more economical office.
Our new office address is: Reverse Rett, Suite B, Paragon House, Seymour Grove, Manchester M16 0LN
Please read the full press release below.