Muscular Dystrophy

Explore our online library for help and support for children who have received a muscular dystrophy diagnosis. Although muscular dystrophy is a lifelong condition that requires ongoing care, early childhood intervention can have a positive impact on the quality of life of individuals with this disorder. We provide support and education on the neuromuscular aspects of muscular dystrophy, breathing challenges and recommendations, nutritional education and support, as well as tips for social interaction and emotional care. Many diagnosed children who receive our support go on to feel well-adjusted in their social environments and experience improved quality of life in their formative years. Because muscular dystrophy is known as a debilitating physical disorder, we provide practical information on physical and occupational therapy to give your child the best moral support available. Learn about general exercises, mobility aids, and other tools to manage symptoms and progressive. We also provide help and information on associated developmental delays, allowing you to create a structured environment to support your child.