What does it do?
- It was founded to offer support to children affected by liver diseases or those undergoing liver transplants.
- Its activity is focused on providing psychological support and accommodation to affected families, raising awareness and educating families on how to live with this disease.
- The association accompanies them during this process, represents and protects their rights and needs, drives actions and mobilises resources that improve their quality of life and that of their families.
Where does it work?
- It is a national association that carries out its activity in Spain.
Other relevant information
- One of its main roles is to provide psychological support that entails offering a counselling and emotional support service and other therapies to treat anxiety and depression among patients and their families.
- They carry out actions that foster communication and coordination among the different hospitals involved in treating children suffering from liver diseases.
- They also work to ensure that Children's Hepatology Units have access to enough human, technical and material resources to carry out their work properly.