Welcome to the Facial Paralysis and Bell’s Palsy Foundation

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The Facial Paralysis & Bell’s Palsy Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 2009, with the goal to provide support, encouragement, and resources to individuals and families dealing with facial paralysis and Bell’s Palsy.

We are also dedicated to raising awareness of facial paralysis concerns within the medical community, and in society at large.

Thank you for visiting our website, and we hope that you will find resources and information to encourage you on your journey with facial paralysis.

Current Happenings

Upcoming Meetings!

Monday, January 13th  – Denver, Colorado Support Group Meeting –   For more information click here.


Saturday, January 25th – Pacific Northwest Facial Paralysis Group Meeting in Portland, Oregon –   For more information click here.


New Podcast Series

“Unique Smiles: The Facial Paralysis Podcast” with Brian Apprille – Click here to listen as Brian interviews a variety of guests who share their personal journey with facial paralysis.

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Donate

Please click on the button above to make a donation via PayPal.
You may also donate by check to:

Facial Paralysis & Bell’s Palsy Foundation

9401 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 650
Beverly Hills, California 90212


Contact us

To fill out our contact form, please click here.

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We are so excited to support Australia's inaugural Facial Paralysis Awareness Day! It is a day ahead here in Sydney, and we are getting ready for our event in just a few hours!

Our traveling makeup bag from Beauty with Paralysis has been out sightseeing, and will later be given as a door prize to one lucky attendee at the event.

We hope that you will join with Australia in spirit today, as many persons with facial paralysis will be meeting for the first time. We will share photos with you soon!

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Today we would like to highlight the ongoing research that is underway to identify the causes of congenital facial paralysis, which is a facial weakness that is present at birth.

Dr. Bryn Webb, from the Icahn Shcool of Medicine at Mount Sinai, is continuing her project to identify genetic (DNA) changes that can lead to this condition.

She is still in need of participants for her study, and is seeking to enroll persons who were born with facial paralysis, and even those who may have other family members with this condition.

If you are interested in learning more, then please reach out to Dr. Webb directly at: bryn.webb@mssm.edu, or by phone at 212-241-1481.

We are pleased to support Dr. Webb in this important project, so if you were born with facial paralysis, please consider participating in this study!
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