Saturday 4th November 2017
The focus of this meeting will be make-up and a make-up artist will be attending to show people how to apply it. You are asked to take your own make-up and brushes along. Further details to follow. Note that you do not have to participate in the make up part of the session and can still come along just for the normal chat and coffee etc. Tea, coffee and nibbles will be provided as it's the last meeting before Christmas.2018 Meetings
All 2018 meetings at the Monkton Elm Garden Centre will be held in the conference room at the bottom right hand side of the cafe. Tea and coffee will be available to purchase on site.
Please get in touch with Carolyn ahead of a meeting and let her know if you intend to go along.
Carolyn's link with alopecia:
Carolyn has alopecia areata. She has had it for three years now. She was diagnosed in June 2016 after feeling like she had been going round in circles for two and a half years.From Carolyn:
"I felt completely alone initially and that nobody was listening or could possibly understand how I was feeling. By talking to others in the same pickle I realised I'm far from alone and so many have had such a similar journey, I really would like to offer support at whatever stage of the journey people are on, with whichever type of alopecia they may have."Need Advice or Support Outside of the Group Meetings?
The main role of support group leads is to facilitate, and answer questions about, the group meetings. Some may offer additional support and you can see what is on offer from Carolyn below:
- Carolyn does not have her telephone number advertised but is happy to receive a telephone call and provide a listening ear at a time arranged via email.
- Carolyn is happy to receive support questions from those in her local area and will answer to the best of her ability based on her own knowledge and experiences. Please be aware that any questions Carolyn is unable to answer will be sent on to staff at Alopecia UK.
Please note that all of 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. The majority of group leads are not trained health professionals and will be helping
from the standpoint of being someone who is affected by alopecia
themselves and wanting to reach out and help others.
You can always contact Alopecia UK head office
direct during office hours should you have any queries that need a more urgent response.Suggestions, Comments, Compliments, Complaints?
If you have any 'Suggestions, Comments, Compliments or Complaints' about any of the Support Groups listed on the Alopecia UK website then you can let us know by clicking here
. The information will be used by Alopecia UK to to help us understand what works and what doesn't in order that we can support and advise group leads more effectively and develop the Alopecia UK support group network.