Patient & Family Resources
Welcome to Patient & Family Resources. On this page, you’ll find a range of resources – both in-person and virtual – to help you on your heart journey, whether you’ve just been diagnosed or have been living with SADS for years.
Learn how genetic testing might be helpful for your family, who in your family should be tested, and what to expect during the process of genetic testing.
How does COVID affect those of us with SADS conditions? Are the vaccines safe for the SADS community? Get answers to your COVID-related questions here. This page is updated frequently to reflect the most up-to-date information on COVID and SADS.
Find a Physician
Learn how to select a doctor who can give your family the best possible care, and how to prepare for your appointment.
Register your family with the SADS Foundation! This gives us the tools to send your family tailored information and connect you to clinical studies that can help improve care for both your family and others SADS families.
Sign up to watch our free webinar series, featuring SADS experts, to learn more about your condition and popular topics like ICDs, anxiety, and parenting.
Learn more about our biweekly SADS Live program, featuring our board president Dr. Michael Ackerman of the Mayo Clinic. Watch interviews with other families, learn about research from experts, and get your questions answered live.
Our yearly International Annual Conference brings together the top international experts with our community. It’s a great place to learn more about your condition and meet other families just like yours.
Can I still participate in sports with a SADS condition? What about my kids? Here, you’ll learn all about staying active with a SADS condition.
Drugs to Avoid
Learn which drugs to avoid, and get downloadable resources that can help you on the go.
Our support groups are a safe, open space to talk about living with your condition, and meet peers who know just what you’re going through.
News & Updates
Read the latest updates for families with SADS conditions, including updates to the Drugs to Avoid list, device recalls, and other important announcements.