• New Rett Registry UK launching soon!

    Reverse Rett started the Rett Registry UK back in 2014. This year, we have

  • Elsie’s Golf Day

    On 28th August Kate and Neil Buckley held their third consecutive annual Golf Day

  • Bitesize is Back!

    September sessions Friday 17th September 10am: Rachael and Andy Stevenson discuss the logistics for

  • It’s all starting to get very real

    by Ross McKinney The countdown is really on now until Five In A Row

  • Updating the Rett Disorders Health Checklist

    This summer, we’ve been working with partners at the Rett Disorders Alliance of the

  • Introducing #freefromrett our summer campaign

    by Andy Stevenson As the country begins to open up and some kind of

  • The London 10k Challenge

    On Sunday 25th July, after only three weeks’ preparation, our 16-strong team took on

  • AMRC Best Practice Award

    We’re delighted to announce that Reverse Rett has passed the 2020 Association of Medical

  • Tackling health inequity for patients with Rett Syndrome

    ‘Reverse Rett recognises the inequities that people from minority backgrounds can face; through working

  • A different kind of form

    by Beth Johnsson Filling in forms is part of the parcel of parenting a

  • Rett Registry UK

    Reverse Rett started the Rett Registry UK in 2013 because we recognised early how

  • Open Access Government: Harnessing digital innovations to become a beacon of hope for Rett patients

    The CIPP Rett Centre developed by Professor Santosh and predominantly funded by Reverse Rett