My little boy who is seven years old has developed Alopecia totalis. It has been devastating for our whole family. It seems so unfair! Now, everyone who sees him thinks he's gravely ill. How do I deal with this and how do I help him?
Hi Deb, did you get the email with the info. Let me know if you have any questions or would like to join us. Our next meeting will be on May 5th at Newton Wellsely Hospital in Newton Mass. (located off RT 128)
Welcome to AW. This is a great place for support. I also run a support group in Mass through the Childrens Alopecia Project if you are interested in joining us for a meeting. We have a date next Sat April 14th to go to Kidsports in Stoughton Mass. If you are interested please contact me for the info. There will be a few boys your sons age there and new families. Visit www.chidrensalopeciaproject.org. They are great! Cindy
I watched my wife go through it an it hurts, i made mistakes was too attentive not attentive it was an emotional roller coaster. We never had the web and were blind but this site and others has helped us in so many ways. Stay Frosty
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