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The National Association for Disabled Children and Adolescents (RBU) actively works to change attitudes in society and create better conditions for children with disabilities and their families.

RBU consists of children and young people with disabilities and their parents, siblings, and all others who wish to be members. RBU represent families that have children and young people with different types of mobility, including cerebral palsy (CP), ADHD, spina bifida, hydrocephalus, congenital osteoporosis (o), muscle diseases, Prader-Willi syndrome, short stature, brachial plexus palsy and multiple disabilities.

RBU started in 1955 and currently has about 12 000 members of district and local associations throughout the country.