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Empowering and giving hope to individuals and families affected by facial differences

Family Networking

Many families that have a member with a craniofacial condition feel isolated and alone. With Family Networking and social networking, family members are connected with others in similar situations in order to

• share emotional support,

• discuss problems, and

• identify resources.

 

Being able to communicate with other parents, siblings, or patients can help you feel part of a larger community with others who are ready to help them through rough times, work through decisions and just “be there” for one another.

 

Getting networked is just a phone call or key stroke away. Click on registration or call 800.535.3643 and ask for Annie Reeves. CCA maintains a list of moms, dads and children interested in communicating with others. We will match you as closely as we can to someone having similar experiences.

CCA respects your right to privacy. Your information will never be sold.

Frequently Asked Questions

 

A. Family networking is a program in which a family member mom/dad/child is introduced to another family member who is going through similar experiences.

 

A. CCA keeps a list of families who are interested in communicating with others. CCA will match you as closely as possible to another family whose child (or adult) has the same syndrome. If we don’t have someone with the same syndrome we will connect you with a family going through or who has been through similar experiences, i.e. treatment, surgeries, emotional or financial circumstances. We will also consider the age and sex of the affected family member.

 

A. If possible CCA will connect you with someone near you. If not we will find someone we think you will relate to depending on your needs.

 

A. Most families email back and forth, however if you prefer you may call or write letters back and forth.

 

A. Yes we can connect you with a single parent.

 

A. At this time we do not have an extensive list of kids, but will connect them if we can.

 

A. There is not an age range; however they do need to be able to communicate with one another.

 

A. Click on the registration button to the left, fill out the registration form, and indicate you want to be networked. CCA’s Program Director will contact you for more information, or you may e-mail her directly at  areeves@ccakids.com.

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Children's Craniofacial Association
is a national, 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. CCA's mission is to empower and give hope to individuals and families affected by facial differences. Nationally and internationally, CCA addresses the medical, financial, psychosocial, emotional, and educational concerns relating to craniofacial conditions.

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