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.
Today we are celebrating Kerri Weymouth, a recipient of our sponsorship program, who has created this amazing artwork! Kerri exhibited her artwork, inspired by her lived experience with Alopecia Universalis for Alopecia Areata Awareness Week in 2020 at Griffith Regional Continue reading →
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 →
We’re so honoured to be celebrating our tenth Alopecia Areata Awareness Week with our amazing community. When AAAF first began, we would often get asked “Am I the only person with this condition?”. After a Continue reading →
Living with Alopecia Areata can have challenges, but you are not alone. AAAF is here to support every person and family living with all forms of Alopecia Areata to live comfortably and with confidence.
The Australian Government recommendations for slowing the spread of Covid-19 include social distancing measures. On the basis of this recommendation, AAAF will not be organising any large events until we hear otherwise from health authorities.