The health service and the Rett Syndrome Association of Ireland have been fantastic.
What does RSA stand for?
RSA stands for Rett Syndrome Association
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- Resource Staging Area (emergency management)
- Resource Support Associates, Inc. (consultants)
- Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia
- Response Spectrum Analysis
- Responsible Serving of Alcohol
- Restricted Service Account (structured query language mail)
- Retail Sales Associate
- Retirement Savings Account
- Retirement Systems of Alabama
- Retrograde Storage Area (US DoD)
- Returned Services Association (New Zealand; established 1916)
- Reusable Software Assets
- Revenu de Solidarité Active (French social welfare system)
- Revenue Sharing Agreement
- Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty (surgery)
- Revised Shapley-Ames (astronomy catalog)
- Revised Statutes Annotated (laws of the state of NH)
- Revised Statutes of Alberta (Canada)
- Rhetoric Society of America
- Rhythmic Slow Activity
Samples in periodicals archive:
Although Carol says Rebecca may end up in a wheelchair by the time she's 16, her weekly horseback therapy (also known as hippotherapy) is crucial and recommended by the Rett Syndrome Association.
The trio have raised around pounds 1,000 for the RETT Syndrome Association UK.
The Rett Syndrome Association UK relies almost entirely on donations and grants.
The First annual Patient Advocate Award of Merit has been awarded to the International Rett Syndrome Association (IRSA) by the Child Neurology Foundation.
It was the start of a friendship with both Abigail and the International Rett Syndrome Association that would lead to the making of Silent Angels, a TV documentary for the Discovery Health Channel.
The get-together will mark the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Japan Rett Syndrome Association, formed by family members of sufferers of the disorder.
Funding for the work came from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the National Institutes of Health, the International Rett Syndrome Association, the Society for Gynecologic Investigation and the L.