Short Gut Syndrome Parents' Support Group
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Next Support Group Meeting

February 27, 2010
10:30 a.m.

Taylorsville Library
4870 S. 2700 W.
Salt Lake City, UT
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We are here to help you in whatever way possible. Here are some of the ways that you can receive and give support:

Contact Us - Send an e-mail to or call. We can set up parent to parent meetings or direct you to information.

Join our online community - Members of our facebook group and message board provide support, comfort, and suggestions. Become a member to share or to read posts from other members.

Attend a meeting - We hold quarterly support group meetings in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. We will invite guests speakers including gastrointerologists, dieticians, nurse practitioners, physical and child life specialists, enterostomal specialists, and other professionals to speak to us about care of a child with Short Gut Syndrome.

Read our newsletter - We publish a quarterly electronic newsletter on this site. The newsletter will include articles from doctors, social workers, child life specialists, other parents, and more. Please contact us if you'd like to contribute to the newsletter.

This website is created by parents for parents. This site does not provide medical or any other health advice, diagnosis, and/or treatment. This site and its services, including the information above, are for informational purposes only and are not a substitute for professional medical or health advice, examination, diagnosis, and treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other health care provider before starting any new treatment, making any changes to existing treatment, or altering in any way yours or your child's current care or diet regimen. Do not delay seeking or disregard medical advice based on the information on this site. Some of the information on this site may be incorrect or out of date. No health information on this site is regulated or evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and therefore the information should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease without the supervision of a medical professional.