The scleroderma support group exists to help those suffering the disease and welcomes participation by anyone who has contracted it or who has a friend’s or family connection to it.
Cope with Covid-19
We are a New Zealand support group.
Scleroderma, also known as systemic sclerosis, is an autoimmune, connective tissue disease that can affect many organs of the body. It is a serious disease which can have a significant impact on patients and their families
The group offers support and information to participants and meets regularly.
Thu11Jun20158:30 pmMetro Cinema Centreplace– 12 Ward Street Hamilton (Cinema 3)
World Scleroderma Day
Sat01Aug20151:30 pmLower Hutt
Hand Therapist, Amanda Johnson, from Working Hands, will give us some information on how to look after our hands
Meet 1:30pm at Russell Kneown House Cnr Knight Rd and Queens Drive Gold coin donation and bring a shared afternoon tea.
Sat15May20211:30 pmHardwick Smith Lounge, Belmont Domain, Lower Hutt
Lori Davis from Arthritis New Zealand will talk on Coping with a Chronic Condition.
Enjoy a lovely afternoon tea and chat after the presentation.
Please let Dianne know if you plan to attend by 13th May - firstname.lastname@example.org