An organisation that offers advice, information and support to families affected by Erb’s Palsy.
What is Erb's Palsy?
Erb's Palsy, also known as Brachial Plexus Paralysis, is a condition, mainly due to birth trauma, that can affect 1 or all of the 5 primary nerves that supply the movement and feeling to an arm. Each baby's injury is individual.
Some babies recover on their own however some may require specialist intervention. For many people this is a life-long disability which can affect the mobility and function of their arm, and impact upon their daily life.
We offer help to parents and professionals by:
Giving support to parents, adults and children
Putting parents in contact with each other
Giving advice on benefits and aids for the children
Helping with obtaining medical information
Producing Information sheets
Providing information on treatments available
Producing quarterly newsletters
Who is this aimed at?
This is aimed at families affected by Erb’s Palsy.
There is no cost to access this.
How to get involved
You can get involved by getting in touch with the provider.
Phone: 024 7641 3293
For further information
For more information about Erb's Palsy Group search Erb's Palsy Group in this directory.
Visit the Erb's Palsy Group website