12 SMA Resources for Young Adults


Living Independently

To live independently, those with SMA will need support in various areas, from finance and education to finding an appropriate property. One of the biggest concerns will be finding and paying for care facilities. These three organizations can help:

For a more comprehensive list of resources for young adults with spinal muscular atrophy visit the MDA.org site.

Learn more about the five steps of SMA diagnosis.

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