Caring for a child with SMA is not only taxing on a family emotionally and physically, but it can also be quite taxing on your finances. Even if you have great health insurance (which let’s be honest, is rare), having a full-time caregiver can be incredibly expensive—whether that’s an outside support worker or a parent who’s left their job (and income) behind.
Luckily, there are some great organizations that help with all aspects of caring for a child with SMA. From support groups to providing the necessary tools for daily care, these groups do it all. Here are seven pieces of equipment you can get from Cure SMA, free of charge.
An adaptive stroller is a regular stroller that’s been built with extra functionality to support children with special needs. They typically offer additional features that allow a child to be placed in a comfortable position, along with extra carriers for any necessary medical equipment.
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