Support & Advice Local Support Groups Glasgow Children Welcome to the Glasgow Kids Group! We welcome families who are affected by alopecia. What happens at the group? We have had one group so far, but when we can get together again we talked about planning some activities that all the kids will enjoy and so that parents can chat together. Group dates: Date: Time: Location: Extra Meeting Details: Sunday 24th October 1.30pm Please follow the extra meeting details link for more information and to book your tickets. Tree Climbing Activity! Please contact Alice for further information (pre-booking required, limited spaces available). Sunday 24th April 2022 11.45am Please follow the extra meeting details link for more information and to book your tickets. Dry ski slope Tubing Party! Please contact Alice for further information (pre-booking required, limited spaces available). Please contact the group lead prior to attending a meeting so they can plan accordingly. Who can attend: This group is designed for any child or young person and their family living with or affected by alopecia from the ages of 18 and under. Please note that anyone under the age of 17 must be accompanied by someone age 18 or over. Contact details: Alice MacLeanEmail: [email protected]Alice is happy to answer any questions about the group and provide a listening ear at a time arranged by email. Please be aware that any questions Alice is unable to answer will be sent on to staff at Alopecia UK.Support Group Leads are not professional counsellors but people who have personal experiences with alopecia and, along with member of the support group can help to give insight and advice on living and dealing with alopecia on a day to day basis. Please note that our Support Group Leads are volunteers and do this in their spare time, as such please allow up to a week for replies to emails Alice's links with alopecia: I'm Alice and I have had alopecia areata for 13 years. I lost all my hair twice but it grew back each time and I'm lucky that I only have small, easily hidden patches at the moment. AA runs in my family - my mum, dad, sister and 8-year old nephew have all had patches too. I volunteered to run this group because I understand how unpredictable, isolating, and distressing alopecia can be. I hope that this group will help children (and their parents and even siblings) to make friends, feel less isolated, share knowledge, learn from one another and connect with other group members who have some understanding of what they're going through. If you have any feedback on this support group please consider leaving it here.Alternatively if you have any Suggestions, Comments, Compliments or Complaints for the charity please do so here.