Support for you in ACT

ACT Branch Manager James

James joined AAAF in 2012 as a Support Ambassador after organising a charity cycle to raise awareness for Alopecia Areata.  James became our ACT Branch Manager in 2019. He developed Alopecia Areata Univeralis when he was 9 years old, and enjoys working with AAAF to promote awareness and to provide support to people with Alopecia Areata. James hopes to be a positive role modal and example to others who may be struggling to come to terms with their alopecia, especially to young boys and teens. James can be contacted at james@aaaf.org.au

 

ACT Support Group

Support groups are a fantastic way to get in touch with other people who are living with Alopecia Areata, to ask questions and find new friends. Our Facebook groups are closed groups and you will be contacted by an administrator to ensure you are joining the correct state group and are part of the alopecia community.

 

Events

ACT Rock Climbing Day

1:00 pm on Saturday August 3 2019

  The AAAF will be holding a rock-climbing day at 1:00pm Saturday the 3rd of August 2019 to celebrate International Alopecia Day. This will be a fun day of overcoming fears of heights while enjoying good company at Canberra Indoor Rockclimbing. This event is for all ages, and is open for everyone. Those with Alopecia […]

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AAAF runs a wide range of events, from Open Days and Trivia Nights, to pizza dinners and casual catch ups over coffee. These events all aim to provide a supportive atmosphere and chance to socialize with other people who have Alopecia Areata and their families. See the events page to find upcoming events near you.

 

State Providers Supporting AAAF

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How to find a dermatologist near you:

Visit the Australasian College of Dermatologists website to use their search tool to find a specialist near you.