Thursday, January 21, 2021

Virtual Parent Support Group Tues., Feb. 9th at 7PM EASTERN TIME with Foundation for Faces of Children

EDITOR'S NOTE: Foundation for Faces of Children based in Boston, MA will be hosting a virtual parent support group on Tuesday, February 9th at 7:00PM. Please click the RSVP button below to hold your spot. This is another wonderful opportunity to be in community with other craniofacial-affected families. They are a great group of people, doing wonderful things for New England region. This event is open to all, nation-wide. If you are feeling a need for community, please RSVP and join the call on Feb. 9th.  

Foundation for Faces of Children

Virtual Parent Support Group
Tuesday, Feb. 9 from 7pm - 8:30pm

Meeting via Zoom
Please RSVP by February 7th!
Please join FFC's 2nd Virtual Parent Support Group!

As we promised and in continuation of FFC’s virtual Parent Support group in Nov, we will have the second support group on Tuesday, February 9th at 7pm.
7:00 pm EST - Introduction and general discussion

7:20 pm EST - The group will be divided into smaller age-based break out sessions to allow for more in-depth discussions / open Q&A.

Boston Children's Hospital professionals attending to answer questions and provide us with their invaluable expertise and experience:
  • Ingrid Ganske, MD (Craniofacial Plastic Surgeon)
  • Olivia Oppel, RN (Served as Craniofacial team's RN)
  • Dorothy MacDonald, RN (retired Craniofacial team's RN)

Parents can meet and connect with other parents and have a chance to talk, ask questions, support each other and share experiences in a relaxed virtual environment.

Please join us and bring your questions in regards to your child’s diagnosis, school issues, newborn care and concerns, emotional challenges and overall parenting issues. Parents of ALL craniofacial conditions and across all ages are welcome.
Please RSVP by February 7th at
Hope to see you soon!

* The zoom sessions and the discussions are confidential and won't be shared with any organization or third party.

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