Resources

The Thalidomide Society offers the opportunity for members to apply for a small grant. Please download our application form Thalidomide Society – Grant application for more information on who is eligible to apply and how to go about it.

Please also see below for other potentially useful resources:

www.thalidomidetrust.org The Thalidomide Trust – The Trust provides relief to those born, in the United Kingdom, damaged as a result of their mothers having taken the drug Thalidomide (as manufactured by Distillers Biochemicals Limited) during their pregnancy
wellcomelibrary.org Wellcome Library – a research resource for the history of thalidomide
www.steps-charity.org.uk National Association for Children with lower limb impairments
www.reach.org.uk REACH – Association for Children with upper limb impairments
www.limbless-association.org Limbless Association provides information and support for UK amputees
www.leonard-cheshire.org Leonard Cheshire – a UK charity supporting all disabled people
www.disabilityrightsuk.org This is the merger of RADAR, Disability Alliance, National Centre for Independent Living
www.remap.org.uk Remap – organisation of volunteer/retired engineers providing one-off adaptations – referrals usually through social services
www.disabilitynow.org.uk Disability Now – monthly tabloid magazine on any issues with relevance to disabled people
www.ivh.se/TAR TAR Syndrome Support Group – information and advice on children with Thrombocytopenia with Absent Radii
www.thalidomide.ca Canadian Association of Thalidomide Victims
www. dysnet.org DysNet online global network for people with congenital limb differences
www.cafamily.org.uk The Lady Hoare Trust merged with Contact a Family in 2004.  Contact a Family gives practical help to children up to the age of 18 years who have a range of disabilities
http://disabledparentsnetwork.org.uk Disabled Parents Network – advice / information for parents with a disability
 http://www.mfpa.co.uk/ Mouth and Foot Painting Artists – An association of artists who paint without using their hands

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