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The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America is a wonderful non profit organization that has personally helped me in more ways than I can count. When I needed advice and support, there were multiple local AAFA support groups available to guide me where I needed to go. These support group meetings were free and I didn’t have to be a member. I felt that they helped me so much that I volunteered to be a local support group team leader.

However, these support groups are only made possible by those who willingly make donations or sign up for membership. My local group, AAFA New England, is offering a free book with membership while supplies last. The book nearly pays for membership itself. So please consider joining whether you live in New England or another part of the country. There is more thank likely an AAFA chapter near you.

To visit the main AAFA website and find a chapter near you click here.

To visit the AAFA NE website click here. (You don’t have to live in New England to become a member)

Following is information on the books available free with membership from the AAFA New England chapter.

On the Nature of Food Allergy by Paul Hannaway, M.D.
A Complete Handbook on Food Allergy for Patients, Parents, Restaurant Personnel, Child-Care Providers, Educators, School Nurses, Dieticians and Health Care Providers (286 pages; cover price: $19.95)

The ABC’s of ASTHMA by Kim Gossselin
This illustrated alphabet book matches each letter of the alphabet with corresponding words that are associated with asthma. This fun and educational book explains asthma, things that trigger asthma episodes, items used in treatment, and general words that provide encouragement to children that have asthma.

To become a New England member click here.