AAAF is awarding upto 15 people to go to Alice Springs to support the annual Beanie Fest. To be eligible to go into the competition, you need to provide a Beanie to AAAF, to be used within there No Hair Continue reading →
People who have Alopecia Areata and their family members often experience a variety of emotions: -Feeling alone, withdrawn, and isolated-Loss and grief-Fear that others may find out you have the disease-Scared that others may find out that you wear a Continue reading →
You could win a $500 gift voucher from Wig Warrior Au to spend store wide! Happy Mothers Day! Wig Warrior Australia has been SO generous to provide this gift voucher for AAAF’s community of people with alopecia areata. They have Continue reading →
This program aims to provide support by funding opportunities for skill development and participation in activities which grow the stated outcomes of the individual. AAAF are especially looking for activities which support health and wellness of participants, both physical and Continue reading →
AAAF is so excited to announce that we are doing a giveaway of 6 amazing bald barbies! Entering is super easy and you have high chances of winning. Show us what you got up to these school holidays and go Continue reading →
Jo is very new to the world of alopecia. She was diagnosed with alopecia areata in July 2019. This was quite a surprise and challenge for her to overcome. Jo works as a registered psychologist and is dynamic, engaging and Continue reading →
Barbara has been volunteering since 2014 in providing the self-tie scarfs that AAAF sell on our webstore. Barbara has supplied AAAF with an endless array of stock, no request has gone unanswered, even creating scarfs to match children’s school uniforms.
Sheridan began her journey with Alopecia Areata at age 7, which developed into Alopecia Universalis by age 27. Sheridan struggled through childhood and adolescence with the many challenges of alopecia and has since dedicated herself to personal and professional development Continue reading →