To relieve the need of Post-Polio Syndrome (PPS) sufferers around the world by acting as a resource by directing sufferers to support groups, medical advice and by any other means that the trustees deem necessary
Locate a PPS Team here ( This is being constantly updated )
Locate the Support Groups in your area here Add or amend a Support Group here
Locate a Medical Practitioner here Add or amend a Medical Practitioner here
Locate your fellow Polio Warriors here Add or amend a Polio Survivor here
Do you have any queries, would you like to chat with, or email one of our advisors? Well now you can.
If you have any issues with your PIP application, there is a website that may help you. Just click here There may be a small fee payable. ( This is not associated with us in any way.)
We can also arrange for an internet consultation between Dr. Richard Bruno, your own GP, and yourself, if this will help you. Just let us know and we will try to arrange this for you. This is free of charge.
We have a number of help desks just waiting for your call, or email.
Just select your country or language from the drop-down box below
We shall be adding more areas of the world shortly, but in the meantime you are welcome to use the UK or US contacts. Your enquiry can be of any topic, including medical/health issues, as long as they are PPS related, and are free
( unfortunately at this stage, you will have to cover your telephone costs )
If you would like to discuss your ideas and/or concerns, why not register on our forum now available here you will be made very welcome
Support the work that we are doing
Please support the work that we are doing for all of our Polio Survivor family around the world.
We must raise the awareness of one of the most devastating debilitating neurodegenerative condition in the world, Post-Polio Syndrome.
You can help us by making a small donation here here
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Help us to raise this awareness and we shall achieve our aims and objectives as stated in our Mission Statement.
This condition was never anticipated. Non-motor symptoms of PPS have considerable quality of life implications and are notoriously challenging to manage, and yet very few Medical Professionals have even a slight knowledge of Polio, and even less of PPS.