News

  • Coronavirus

    Published: Mon, 30th November 2020, 10:40 AM We understand that many people born with OA/TOF (and families of those born with the conditions) are concerned about the fast-evolving situation caused by the coronavirus. (Please note:This page is updated regularly as new inform ... [Read more]
  • Help to improve understanding of feeding issues experienced by those born with OA/TOF

    Published: Tue, 10th November 2020, 01:41 PM What is SaFE and who is involved?   SaFE is a PhD project being carried out by Alexandra Stewart, a speech and language therapist, alongside a team of researchers at Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College Londo ... [Read more]
  • Useful resources for TOFS members

    Published: Mon, 2nd November 2020, 03:19 PM Much has changed over the last eight months and the need to signpost hidden disabilities is becoming increasingly important, especially when it comes to the 'TOF cough'.  We've teamed up with the Hidden Disabilities Sunf ... [Read more]
  • The impact of Brexit on people travelling to Europe with pre-existing health conditions

    Published: Mon, 2nd November 2020, 02:00 PM Despite COVID-19, it is quite possible that some of you will be thinking about holidays next year. It’s also possible that some you travel to Europe for work or family reasons. As you are doubtless aware, on December 31st t ... [Read more]
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