Useful links for Moebius Syndrome are below. Let us know if you have any links you think would be worthwhile.
National Moebius Organisation Websites:
Tendon Transfer Shows Promise in Correcting Facial Paralysis
Smile Surgery article by Charles Bankhead, Staff Writer, MedPage Today (16/07/07) forwarded to us by Dawn Maitland, Belfast.
Moebius Syndrome - (paperback book)
A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References.
Kids with Facial Paralysis
This is an Australian MSN site. It is like our Forum. The people oare really friendly and helpful.
Moebius and I
A brand new support group set up by Bob Emery, based in Watford Hertfordshire. The group is for families and adults with Moebius and other facial related syndromes.
Scotland’s National Disability Information Service. They aim to improve the quality of life for disabled people in Scotland by enabling information providers to offer accurate, up-to-date and relevant disability-related information.
The Genetic Interest Group (GIG.org.uk): supporting those affected by genetic disorders.
The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the national body representing the voluntary sector.
Unique toothbrush for special care dentistry.
Change health and social care by bridging the divide between people and policy-makers. If you wish to receive their fortnightly e-newsletter you can email firstname.lastname@example.org,uk
The many faces of Moebius Syndrome�
A new site created by Tim Smith for people with Moebius Syndrome and and their families.