We Help Birth Disorder Victims and Their Families
Our mission is to provide support for families of children with birth disorders
Taking care of a healthy newborn is a difficult task. But taking care of a child that suffers from a birth disorder may seem impossible without the proper support.
By providing information to help parents learn about their child’s affliction, seek treatment, find financial support, and research legal resources, we hope to make a difference in the lives of these strong survivors.
Medical, financial, and legal resources for victims and their families
After a birth disorder diagnosis, it isn’t just the child that faces a long road filled with potential challenges but the entire family. That’s why it’s important to find a support network that can help answer your questions and provide much-needed respite.
How We Help
Financial Aid Opportunities
Taking care of a child with a birth disorder can feel incredibly difficult, as families face considerable emotional and financial challenges. However, there are financial aid opportunities provided in the form of government assistance, nonprofits, and potential legal compensation. Learn more about the financial aid opportunities available to birth disorder victims.
Access to Simple, Straightforward Information
We’ve gathered actionable, easy-to-understand resources to help families make the best decisions for their futures. This includes information on all the things that truly matter, like getting access to a support system, learning more about the challenges your child will face, researching the various treatment options—both medicinal and holistic—and finally, resources on how to afford these treatments.
Answers to Birth Disorder FAQs
You aren’t alone in the fight against birth injuries like cerebral palsy. Check out our comprehensive list of frequently asked questions for answers to your biggest concerns. If there’s something we’re missing that you’d like to know more about, you can always contact us directly and a caseworker will respond within 24 hours.