AISK is the Italian Kabuki Syndrome Association and brings together patients affected by this rare genetic disease and their families. It was born on 20 November 2015 by the will of a group of parents, specialists and friends from various parts of Italy with the aim of welcoming anyone who feels the need to share their experience and energies to create a broad and strong network on everything the national territory.
The association operates in the voluntary world with the fundamental objective of spreading knowledge and updates on Kabuki Syndrome, offering support to families and patients and raising funds to finance scientific research.
AISK works with the intention of becoming a point of reference for exchanging medical and technical information for families and operators and making expert associates available to help find solutions to problems in the scholastic, welfare or health fields.
AISK is part of the list of Telethon friendly Associations, and is in the process of being accredited to receive the 5 x thousand.