The Children’s Liver Disease Foundation cares for all families and children with liver disease and channels energy into three broad activities: research, education and supporting families and children.

The Children’s Liver Disease Foundation, formed in 1980, was the first charity to be established concerned with liver disease.

Today it leads the field in caring for children and families suffering from liver disease by:
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  • Giving emotional support to children and families affected by liver disease.
  • Promoting research into the causes of childhood liver disease.
  • Developing means of an early diagnosis and cure.
  • Providing new facilities and trained staff.
  • Creating a greater awareness of paediatric liver disease by education of healthcare professionals and the public.

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  • Supporting families and children through the Family Support Officer,
    Children and Adolescents Support Officer and Education Support Officer.
  • Study days for healthcare professionals.
  • Annual Conference and Scientific Meeting.
  • Funding research projects.
  • Fundraising


A wide range of literature is available including leaflets on specific
liver diseases and conditions. A list can be viewed on the CLDF website

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B3 3JY

Tel: 0121 212 3839
Fax: 0121 212 4300


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