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  • The Home Deployment Project

    Supporting Patients Diagnosed With:


    Address: 401 S 4th St
    Las Vegas
    United States

    The Home Deployment Project in a registered Nevada Nonprofit corporation and 501c (3) nonprofit public charity dedicated to ending veteran homelessness and increasing awareness for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

  • Bridge The Gap – SYNGAP Education and Research Foundation

    Supporting Patients Diagnosed With:


    Address: 15319 Redbud Berry Way
    United States

    Bridge the Gap – SYNGAP Education and Research Foundation 501(c)3 is a non-profit organization whose mission is to serve, educate and fund research for families coping with the effects of SYNGAP1 mutations. We began in September of 2014 when a group of parents of children living with SYNGAP1 mutations came together to begin a new journey.  Our programs aim to improve the quality of life, accelerating research, raising awareness and providing family support. The common bond is one drive by a desire to raise awareness and search out treatments to improve quality of life. SYNGAP1 is a rare genetic disorder highly associated with developmental disability, autism, and epilepsy.  It is caused by a mutation on the short arm of chromosome 6 (6p21.3). The incidence of SYNGAP1 mutations reported are 1-4/10,000 individuals or approximately 1-2% of all cases of ID. The genetic mutation results in non-syndromic intellectual disability ranging from mild to severe and ninety-four percent (94%) of SYNGAP1 patients have been diagnosed with some form of epilepsy. It is also associated with attention deficits, impulsivity, and/or mood disorders. In recent findings SYNGAP1 has been a gene linked to autism. The percentage is unknown of how many of these individuals have been diagnosed autism. Early developmental intervention is important to insure that affected children reach their full potential. Most children benefit from occupational, physical and speech therapy. Currently there are no treatments as researchers and clinicians are still trying to understand the biology of the disease. Every family and every child with SYNGAP1 provides information that can guide us to a cure.

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