The National Association for Children with Lower Limb Abnormalities
Less than twenty years ago, families of children with lower limb abnormalities had nowhere to turn. This was the situation Sue Banton found herself in following the birth of her son Daniel with club feet. The frustration and isolation she faced motivated her to set up STEPS as a self-help group in 1980. Eight years later STEPS became a registered charity and now helps over 2,000 families a year.
Our core objective is to provide quality information and support. We operate a telephone help-line (Mon-Fri 9am-4.30pm) and have booklets on Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip, Congenital Talipes Equinovarus and lower limb deficiencies. We also have a network of local groups around the country and a database of other families who we can put parents in touch with. For further information, please contact Karen Middleton (Help-line & Information Advisor) at the above address.
[boxibt style=”success”]STEPS (The National Association for Children with Lower Limb Abnormalities)
11 Eagle Brow
Tel: 01925 757525
For Further information visit the website
Website: www.steps-charity.org.uk [/boxibt]