To register online please visit https://www.pretzelcitysports.com/onlineform1.php?id=426 and for directions to the facility go to www.BerkshireBaseball.com 5K, 1 Mile Walk, Fall type activities and live music (Weather Permitting) for the whole family to enjoy!!
Alopeciapalooza 2013, a set on Flickr.Instead of typing words on this blog I will just let the photos from Alopeciapalooza 2013 in Lawton, Michigan speak to you!It was a blast and thank you for coming and if you could not attend you don't want to miss next year!!Jeff Woytovich, FounderChildren's Alopecia Project
The time: January 2004 The scene: Kiawah Island, SC A mother and father have driven 10 hours with their three daughters ages 6, 5, and 3 to escape to the beach for the weekend. Their middle daughter Maddie was recently diagnosed with alopecia. They are distraught and heartbroken, worried for her future. As they walk
Question: My daughter Gracie is 3 ½. She doesn't quite realize yet that she has alopecia, but I am worried about her self-esteem. She is getting older and I know any day now she might look in the mirror and start wanting to know why she is missing patches of hair. I believe she is
“My daughter is 11, and all she wants it to fit in. I know her alopecia makes her feel different. How can I help her?”
Question: My daughter is 11 years old and has AA since she was 2. She is having a hard time now that she going to a junior high school. She is ok with her school, but she is getting depressed and I'm very worried. She wants to fit in, and to just be herself, but
Question: I have a 5 yr old daughter that just started losing her hair about a week ago. The dermatologist said it was alopecia so I have been reading everything I can find on it. I am trying to cope with the fact that my baby girl is losing her hair which is not an easy
Maddie, age 9 Maddie, age 14 Question: I want to raise my son to be proud and bold, and amazing and strong. And sometimes I fear that he will have a hard time -- I know he will. And, because of his alopecia universalis, I worry. What can I do