How we help




CLDF provides a wide range of services to people who have been directly affected by childhood liver disease. Here some of those people explain how CLDF has helped them.

 

Tammy

“It was during a visit to the specialist liver unit at Birmingham Children’s Hospital when his parents, Tammy and Mark, first heard about Children’s Liver Disease Foundation”Read more

 

The Jawwad Family

“The Jawwad family’s life was turned upside down in August 2017 when their daughter Maham, then 15, was diagnosed with liver cancer.”  Read more  

 

Harrison

“It was during a visit to the liver clinic last year that we met the families officer from Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF).  It was great to realise that there was an organisation there for families like us”Read more

 

Halima

 

“I first heard about CLDF from the staff at Kings College Hospital after Halima’s Kasai surgery. However, my head was all over the place at that time and I thought no more of it.” Read more

Ethan

“It was at the liver unit at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, just after Ethan was diagnosed, that we met Jacquie from CLDF” Read more

 

Michael

“So we were pleased to meet the families officer from Children’s Liver Disease Foundation in hospital, who provided us with lots of information on Michael’s condition and what it meant for him.” Read more

Melissa

“I had never been to a CLDF event and didn’t know what to expect but it was great fun. The best bit was building models out of chocolate and meeting other children who have liver disease like me.” Read more