ANPAD Arizona Network for PKU and Allied Disorders
ANPAD’s mission is to help individuals with PKU and Allied Disorders adhere to their treatment, inform families of the latest research and treatment advances, raise public awareness of PKU and Allied Disorders and create a support network. This is accomplished through camps, cooking workshops, educational seminars, online and print publications and newsletters, and recreational activities which bring families together to learn, share ideas, and encourage one another.
Founded in 2011 by Kristi (adult with PKU) and Matt Smith, Margaret Delaney (parent of a PKU child), Ann Hall (parent of a PKU child), Mark Stanely (parent of a PKU child) and Sarah Cox MS,CGC who all saw a need to help individuals with PKU and allied disorders. Through much hard work, ANPAD is now a 501(c)(3) and continues serving its’ mission.
ANPAD is your connection for PKU and Allied Disorders in Arizona. We invite families, friends, co-workers, medical professionals and individuals with PKU or an allied disorder to help us with our mission. ANPAD Board 2013-2015.