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Together for Short Lives
4th Floor Bridge House
48-52 Baldwin Street
Bristol, BS1 1QB
The Association for Children's Palliative Care (ACT) is a UK-based international non-profit organization dedicated to providing resources for parents and professionals caring for children with life-threatening or terminal conditions. Its mission is to facilitate the best possible care for affected children and their families by promoting models of good practice, providing information and education, and stimulating research and informed debate. Comprised of 200 members, ACT represents the needs of affected children and their families, and campaigns for the provision of a flexible network of care and support. It also provides a UK-wide information resource for children, parents, caregivers, and professionals.
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