STEPS have already assisted in various ways (conferences, research, funding) with the development of the Ponseti method in the following countries:
Bulgaria, Ireland, Russia, Siberia, Netherlands, China, Ethiopia, South Africa, Malawi and Papua New Guinea.
Should you have a particular interest in our International Programme, please contact the office on 01925 750271 for more information.
Boots and Bar appeal
To prevent relapses, after the last plaster cast is removed, a foot abduction brace must be worn full-time for 2 to 3 months and thereafter at night for 2 to 4 years. STEPS is collecting unwanted boots/bars which can be recycled to disadvantaged countries who do not have the facilities to make them.
CAN YOU HELP?
If you have any boots and/or bars, in a good condition, which you no longer use then please send them to us at the address below:
STEPS Boots and Bars Appeal, Wright House,Crouchley Lane, Lymm WA13 OAS
STEPS have sent packages to Malawi, Papua New Guinea and South Africa but many other disadvantaged countries need our support. However, even with discounted shipping costs transporting the boots to the countries that need them is time consuming and expensive.
If you are interested in helping us to help parents like yourselves both home and abroad then please contact email@example.com or telephone 01925 750271
We value your suggestions and thank you for your support.