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Read the HemiHelp magazine online – now free!
Contact is delighted that thanks to the generosity of funders, including CIMT Manchester, we are now able to make our online HemiHelp magazine a free resource for all parents, carers and professionals.
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The new issue of HemiHelp magazine is now live!
Our online flipbook is aimed largely at parent carers who support a child with hemiplegia, but lots of the articles are relevant to all families with a disabled child.
In the Autumn 2020 issue, you can read about:
If you would like us to promote your project, have an article to contribute, or a good idea for something we should include, please get in touch with Lizzie Salter, HemiHelp project manager at email@example.com
If you find the magazine a useful resource, please consider donating or fundraising for us. Every penny raised helps fund our events, publications and other services, which provide essential help and hope to families living with hemiplegia.
Donate to HemiHelp.
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