Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation

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Australia Alopecia Areata Foundation

Established to be the national Australia body supporting research to find a cure or acceptable treatment for alopecia, support those with the disease and their families, and inform the public about all forms of alopecia areata.

Website: http://www.aaaf.org.au
Members: 153
Latest Activity: Mar 27

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Started by Vesna Devcic Sep 18, 2010. 0 Replies

Hi All our AAAF supporters, please visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/aaafonline/Or visit our website should you require further…Continue

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Comment by Chel Campbell on March 27, 2016 at 7:36pm
AAAF Instagram competition April 15 – April 30 2016
Create an Alopecia-inspired meme and post it to your Instagram account with #AAAFmemecomp from the 15th to the 30th of April. Potential bragging rights aren’t the only things up for grabs AAAF will be awarding the winner with a $100 Visa Gift Card and the two runners-up with $50 gift cards.
This competition could decide who is the funniest friend or family member once and for all, so submit as many memes as you want. In order to be considered for the prizes and the prestigious title of ‘Best Alopecia Meme-Maker,’ you must like the competition post on Facebook, follow us on Instagram @alopeciaaaaf and set your account to public so we can see your creations. You can also send it to us at media@aaaf.org.au and we will post it, however you won’t be eligible for the prizes. See our website for more details. http://www.aaaf.org.au/event/aaaf-instagram-competition/ This is a great opportunity to get the word out about Alopecia. We want to spread the AAAF love, build our community and most importantly have some laughs.
Comment by Vesna Devcic on January 18, 2016 at 11:21pm
Hi All our AAAF supporters, please visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/aaafonline/
Or visit our website should you require further support
http://www.aaaf.org.au/support-for-you/

This page is not updated regularly.

Please do not hesitate to message info@aaaf.org.au should you have any questions :)
Comment by MummyWendy on June 24, 2015 at 3:37am

I wondered if anyone has any experience of travelling through Customs in Australia or New Zealand with alopecia. My daughter's passport photo was taken a couple of years ago before her hair fell out. However, we are travelling from NZ to OZ soon and she has chosen to travel without her wig. I just had a terrible vision of being stopped at customs and them not believing her identity! If anyone has any experience or advice I'd love to hear it. Thanks!

Comment by Chel Campbell on April 22, 2015 at 6:42pm

S.A. trivia night 16th May 6:30pm- Edwardstown Masonic Hall,146 Avenue Road, Clarence Gardens, Australia. RSVP to liz@aaaf.org.au $15.00per head

 Trivia & Silent Auction night. Invite your family & friends, work colleagues & team mates, book a table – maximum team of 8 people per table. Included on the evening will be a Silent Auction & Raffle with some great items up for grabs In between Trivia question sessions there will also be other games played where you can win prizes.

Comment by Chel Campbell on February 19, 2015 at 5:17pm
QLD - Suport Group Meeting and Coffee Get Together March 1 at 10:00am at
Zaffara's Benowa Gardens contact judy@aaaf.org.au for more details.
 
Comment by Vesna Devcic on January 5, 2015 at 4:59am

HI Everyone, AAAF is offering from November 1st 2014 – February 28th 2015 a once off program to assist tertiary students in updating or purchasing a new wig.

Please see our website for further details - http://www.aaaf.org.au/get-involved/wigs-for-big-kids/

Comment by Chel Campbell on July 14, 2014 at 7:43pm
Reminder the W.A. Quiz night is on 2nd August  Don't forget to book your tickets.
• Phantom of the Opera tickets $15 ph  enquiry info@aaaf.org.au
• Family passes to Rottnest
• Hair and beauty vouchers – including salons who already service those with Alopecia
• Day Spa Vouchers
• Signed E...agles products
• Bounce Voucher
• Perth Mint Tours
• Dockers merchandise
• Penguin and Lion Sea Cruize
• Books donated from Dymocks
• Adventure world passes
• Surfing lessons
• A $1375.00 photography session
• $100 Harvey Norman gift certificate and many, many more!
Comment by Chel Campbell on July 14, 2014 at 7:37pm

If you are in Victoria and want to come to the pizza night - don't forget to RSVP to info@aaaf.org.au

Comment by Chel Campbell on July 11, 2014 at 2:30am

With International Alopecia Day fast approaching check out our events calendar for the activities happening in your state.

http://www.aaaf.org.au/events/2014-08/

Comment by Fascinatinrythm on July 11, 2014 at 2:06am

Hi all, My story began when I was 11-12 years of age,(1979-80), this was the first time I suffered from Alopecia. Back then it was called Alopecia Nervosa Type A. At the time I was a child actor. An Australian film I did called Mystery Island (1980), shows the hair loss in certain scenes. My hair did grow back after a few years. Now 35 years later I am experiencing alopecia (areata) hair loss again. It seems to be far more aggressive although I did not shave my head back then as I have done on this occasion. All signs show that it is the areata variety although the hair loss is also on my chin and around my mouth,(the goatee area).

 

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