The Erb’s Palsy Group Young Achiever Award

What is The Erb’s Palsy Group Young Achiever Award?

The Erb’s Palsy Young Achiever award Scheme is where you, the parent, relative, carer, teacher or health professional nominate a child with Erb’s Palsy for something they have achieved during the past year, it can be learning to ride a bike without stabilisers, an award for swimming or sport, anything at all that the child has achieved despite having Erb’s Palsy.

There are 3 age groups for the award;

5 years and under, 6 – 11 years, and 12 – 18 years.

The nominee must be available to come to the AGM to receive their prize.

What do I win?

The prize is a trophy, and a cheque for £75. Also, the successful child and their family (up to 2 adults and 2 children) will be able to have one nights’ budget accommodation so the family will be able to attend the Family Fun Day, and travel costs of up to £100 paid for upon completion of an expenses form.

How do I nominate?

If you feel you know a child that could win The Erb’s Palsy Young Achiever Award, there are 2 ways to apply.

You can write, preferably keeping to one A4 piece of paper, to me at the address below , or email it to me at the email address below.

We are now taking entries for the
2017  Young Achiever Award and would love to hear from YOU!

For further information please contact Sarah Hughes

02476 413 293