The Spina Bifida statistics for Vermont are as follows: In this state, the number of babies who are affected with this medical condition have not been tracked. Around 206,000 women are of child bearing age and some are at high risk of delivering babies who are affected with this birth defect. The number of people who are residing in the state of Vermont of Hispanic origin is one percent of the population (or 6000 people).  As a note, women of Hispanic origin are at higher risk than non-Hispanic races of SB.

There is one Spina Bifida clinic, hospital and doctor in the state of Vermont located at Burlington which provides help and services to patients who are affected with SB. The SB Association of Greater New England is responsible for providing support services in the state.

Spina Bifida Clinics, Hospital and Doctors in Vermont

Children With Special Health Needs

Myelomeningocele Clinic

108 Cherry St.

Burlington, VT 05401

Phone: 800-222-8422; 802-479-4231

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Spina Bifida Charity in Vermont

SBA of Greater New England (Formerly SBA of Massachusetts)

219 East Main St

Suite 100B

Milford, MA 01757

Phone: 508-482-5300

Toll Free: 888-479-1900

Fax: 508-482-5301


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Sports & Activities in Vermont

Northeast Disabled Athletic Association

82 Killarney Drive

Burlington, VT 05408

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Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports

P.O. Box 139

Killington, VT 05751

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Bart J Ruggiere Adaptive Sports Center

P.O. Box 2232

Manchester, VT 05255

(802) 824-5522 ext. 430

Summer phone: (802) 447-1054

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