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    Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita Support, Inc. 2018 Membership Form Nationally recognized as an Official 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization All of our programs are fully funded by our AMC community.  We could not do any...
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    This Special Issue, on Interdisciplinary Care for Arthrogryposis, highlights a collection of articles spanning topics in interdisciplinary care, genetic discoveries, and clinical research. An international group of clinicians and researchers from...
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    Calling all graphic artists! Submit your design for the 2020 AMC Awareness Day t-shirt*! Your design may be selected to be AMCSI’s official t-shirt* for AMC Awareness Day on June 30th. A panel of...
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    We are excited to announce our official partnership with Obi Robot, the robotic feeding device for those that cannot feed themselves! Obi Robot is providing an independent dining experience for people all over the world. We...
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    With a condition so rare that only one in 3000 babies born have this neuromuscular disorder it’s easy to comprehend how alienated anyone with arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC) must feel. Through...
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    Become a member of AMCSI to apply to one of our grants. Adoption Grant, AMCSI College Scholarship, Research Grant, Mini Meetup Grant Click here to find out more!    Donate Now

OUR MISSION

To provide and encourage more understanding and mutual support among anyone affected with the diagnosis of arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC). To create a higher standard of AMC awareness by means of conferences, meetings, and studies.

OUR VISION

To provide educational material to new parents, or soon-to-be parents regarding the diagnosis of arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC).

To provide a resource of information to the medical field to include, but not limited to, occupational therapists, physical therapists to assist them in the treatment of a child or person with the diagnosis of AMC.

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