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Our Mission

The mission of Alopecia Support Ireland is to provide support, raise awareness and educate people with all types of Alopecia and their families.

To support research to find a cure or acceptable treatment for alopecia, to support those with the condition, and to educate the public about alopecia.

We accomplish this by
  • Funding research and research workshops that add to the scientific knowledge about alopecia areata, its causes, and different treatments
  • Informing the public about alopecia
  • Advocating the concerns of people affected alopecia areata
  • Creating and distributing educational materials to health professionals as well as those affected, so that all may better understand Alopecia.

Contact with Alopecia Ireland is via email on alopeciaireland@gmail.com or

via the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/550189332092331/
or at one of our support meetings.


Click on the above to view the YouTube video of this year's IAD

 

Budget 2022: Grant for Purchasing Wigs

A new grant which offers financial support to people who suffer hair loss is great news for all of us living with alopecia. Read the Irish Times announcement on 12 October 2021


Alopecia UK Blog

Alopecia UK Blog


New Video launched for Alopecia Awareness Month

September is Alopecia Areata Awareness Month. Roughly 147 million people globally suffer from inflammatory or stress-induced trauma-based hair loss. With Alopecia Areata your body is disrupting the growth cycle of the individual hair follicles in the predisposed area and typically manifests itself anywhere from the neck up. William Gaunitz, FWTS, Releases New Educational Video for September's Alopecia Areata Awareness Month.



General COVID-19 Updates from HSE


Meetings for 2021


More meetings to be confirmed soon



Mar chuid de Mí Feasachta ar Alóipéice labhraíonn Karen Dempsey faoina táithi féin leis an ghalar. As part of Alopecia Areata Awareness Month Karen Dempsey speaks to Blas about her experience of the disease.

Bernadette McCarthy on TV3's Morning Show discussing alopecia universalis.

Alopecia Poisoning

What is it like living with Alopecia?

Sean Moncrieff chats with Lorraine Reilly and Eoin White



Liz Shiel on TV3's Morning Show discussing how she has chosen to cope with alopecia universalis (complete loss of all body hair).

An Uncommon Beauty: dismantling the stigma of alopecia

Sean Moncrieff chats with Anthony Griffin and Paddy Pender

Find more local and international stories on  News Items. Updated regularly.

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