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WELCOME

AAFA’s New England Chapter serves the six New England states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Since 1979, we have assisted thousands with asthma and allergies to live safer, healthier lives in many ways. We help adult patients and parents learn how to manage their asthma and allergies, including food allergies, in many settings. We train childcare providers, nurses and respiratory therapists; publish a newsletter and other educational materials; and provide telephone information and referrals to individuals and agencies. We work in communities and with the media to raise awareness about the seriousness of life-threatening allergies and asthma, and advocate for policies to  support and improve the lives of people with asthma and allergies.  Let us know how we can help YOU!

Read more about us

Help us Help YOU!
As you make your donations to organizations that mean a lot to you, please include AAFA New England on your list. Help ensure that we can continue to provide the information, educational programs, and advocacy that saves lives and helps you meet the challenges of living with asthma and allergies.

Donate on-line now, or print a form to mail with your check.

 

PROGRAMS & EVENTS

Summer Family Baseball Outingslogo from web
Enjoy a baseball game with other families at  “peanut allergy friendly” games:
PAWTUCKET RED SOX
Monday, June 22, 2015
at 7:05 p.m.

LOWELL SPINNERSLowell Spinners Logo
Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015
at 3:05 p.m.


Click here for ticket information and other details

 

Educational Support Group Programs

Provide you with opportunities to learn from experts, get your questions answered, meet others who share your concerns, find resources and gain confidence.

AAFA New England’s affiliated support groups take a break over the summer months. Meetings will resume in the fall.

Fill out the form at the right to make sure you are on our e-mail list to receive meeting announcements for your area.

Click here  to get an idea of the meeting locations and topics that were covered in recent months.

Training for Child Care Providers
Asthma and Allergy Essentials for Child Care Providers
August 11, 2015 in Hyannis, MA
click here for details

 

Read our newsletter!

Click here to have a look at back issues. 
Become a member to receive your own copy when it is published.
Professional members receive a supply of copies to give to patients.

Join our e-mail list  to receive e-mail announcements about news and resources, as well as upcoming AAFA New England meetings and programs.  Fill out the form at the right or send us your e-mail address and tell us where you live, so we can let you know about events in your area. We will not share your name or e-mail address with anyone.

Contact Us

 

Is this website useful to you?
What would you like to see? Send an e-mail (to Sharons@aafane.org) or call (781-444-7778) to let us know.

Donate now! Your $50.00 donation will cover the cost of maintaining this website for a month!

 

SPONSORS

AAFA New England gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our sponsors.

Additional sponsors for  “Breath of Spring” and Kyle Dine Family Concert are listed on Events pages.

 

Adult and Pediatric Allergy Physicians

Allergy & Asthma Associates

Allergy & Asthma Center of Massachusetts

Allergy & Asthma Treatment Specialists

Asthma & Allergy Affiliates, Inc.

Astra-Zeneca

The Behrakis Foundation

Boston Children’s Hospital – Community Asthma Programs

CSL Behring

Lincoln Diagnostics, Inc.

Massachusetts Allergy and Asthma Society

Northeast Asthma, Allergy & Immunology

Shire

The Thoracic Foundation

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Disclaimer:  The information on this website is for informational and educational purposes only. It should not be used as a substitute for responsible professional care to diagnose and treat specific symptoms. Consult a qualified health care provider for advice about your specific situation.