|Reactive Attachment Disorder|
Provides support to parents raising special needs children that suffer from Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD). Find information, hope and support through forums and chat.
|Support 4 Hope|
Resources for those affected by mental health issues including anxiety disorders, autism, bipolar disorder, and depression. Members have access to chat, and forums, with regular newsletters, and listings for crisis hotlines. Donations are welcome.
An email support group for parents of children with hemiplegia or hemiparesis. Over 500 parents currently participate as well as therapists, physicians, and adults with hemipelgia who also share their thoughts.
Hosted by a clinical psychologist, this site has focus groups for both multiracial children and adults who have a white appearance. Meetings take place via a chatroom on Thursdays.
|National Pemphigus Foundation|
A caring network with a range of services and resources available for those who have this rare autoimmune blistering disorder of the skin, as well as family members and caregivers. Clinical trial info available also for those interested.
Support for women and men who have undergone cosmetic surgery and/or body enhancement procedures. Provides a monitored community hosted by qualified psychotherapists, counsellors, and licensed psychologists.
|Fatty Oxidation Disorders|
Join others from around the world for emotional and practical support through questions, concerns and family stories dealing with Fatty Oxidation Disorder (FOD). Resources, information and group registration also available.
Interactive community - Support group chats, friendly chat, ecards for arthritic pals, benefit auctions, medical resources for research, web casts, & expert advice; info on clinical trials being conducted. Donations encouraged.
An email discussion group for parents, caregivers, and others who are working with children who have physical and/or mental disabilities, or other special needs. Resources, recommended books, memorials, and related links also.
Find support through email (for those that have MS, and for caregivers), message boards and chat. Although anyone may use the chatroom, only members are allowed to post on the boards. Resources, a kids section and lots more.