We work to support families affected by muscle-wasting conditions and you, the professionals, who support them in day to day life.
It is vitally important that individuals and families living with muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular conditions receive the appropriate care and support at neuromuscular clinics and in their local communities. We are here to support and help you provide that care and support.
We provide a range of services to help you work with children and adults with muscle-wasting conditions whether you are a neuromuscular care advisor, community advisor, clinician, education worker, social worker or therapist who supports a clinician.
Talk to us
Our friendly team are available to give you free information about muscle-wasting conditions and how we provide support and information to professionals. If you need to talk, please call 0800 652 6352 (freephone) or give Lyn Inman a ring on 01132 301313 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Talk to other professionals
Our networks for professionals offers you the latest information about muscular dystrophies tailored to your professional needs. Through the network you will receive the latest information about muscle-wasting conditions, updates on training opportunities as well as details of information and study days and social events for patients.
We have a network for occupational therapists,physiotherapists and schools. To sign up to any one of our networks, or for more information, please call 0800 652 6352 (freephone) or Lyn Inman 01132 301313 email email@example.com
Get in the know
The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign produces a range of materials to help healthcare professionals and their clients. Our publications library includes expert fact sheets about medical conditions and comprehensive guides on a range of issues, including home adaptations, diagnosis and treatment, as well as family relationships.
On our online forum you can share ideas and experiences with colleagues online. There are also useful discussions between people with muscular dystrophy where you can gain insight into the issues concerning people facing these devastating illnesses.