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As we are seeking assistance or support for you or your family, you may wish to consider these additional resources.

Muscular Dystrophy Association – Indianapolis
9100 Purdue Road # 203
IndianapolisIN 46268

Servants At Work (SAWS)
A volunteer ministry providing wheelchair ramps for qualified disabled and aging individuals.
P.O. Box 40716, Indianapolis, IN  46240

Families United for Support and Encouragement (FUSE)
1133 W. Main, Suite E,  Greenfield, IN  46140

Noble of Indiana
Expanding opportunities and the qualify of life for those and their families with disabilities.
7701 E. 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN  46219

About Special Kids (ASK)
Provides information and support to families of children with special needs.
7172 Graham Road, #100,  Indianapolis, IN  46250

A non-profit agency providing counseling, support and information to the aging and those with disabilities who wish to remain at home.

Central Indiana Accessibility Partnership Project
A source for those in central Indiana to receive a grant for home modifications.  Serving Marion and surrounding counties.

First Hand Foundation
A non-profit organization assisting children with health related needs.
2800 Rockcreek Parkway,  Kansas City, MO  64117
(816) 201-1569

Family Voices of Indiana
Providing information, education and support to families of children with special needs.
445 N. Pennsylvania, #941
Indianapolis, IN  46204


What are Clinical Trials?  Clinical trials are research studies conducted to determine whether a medical strategy, treatment or device is safe and effective for use in humans. Trials are experiments in which novel drugs or treatments are tested in people, sometimes for the very first time. Clinical trials are very different from routine medical care (including prescribed use of FDA-approved drugs), because doctors and researchers don’t know exactly how the treatment or device will affect people.

Some clinical studies are not used to test a treatment or device but instead aim to observe patients in order to better understand a disease. These “observational” studies may be used to determine how to detect or diagnose a disease, or to optimize testing procedures for future trials.

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