Many people get up in the morning, do their hair, fix their face, dress and they’re set for the day.
But for some people w/ ichthyosis, grooming may need to be re-visited throughout the day to hydrate and moisturize. It isn’t about vanity, it’s about necessity.
Fortunately, for teachers and other school personnel, FIRST is at the ready with information that will guide them through caring for their student with ichthyosis.
And my granddaughters–Princess A and Princess J-E–have always had excellent care, from their bus driver, teachers, and to the school nurse.
That’s a great comfort for their Mawmie Kitty.
Please visit the FIRST web site to learn more about ichthyosis and to make a donation that can help affected families:
P.S. Thanks to my good friend Kitty for her heartfelt sharing this opportunity for us to make ourselves more aware of ichthyosis! I have once again made a modest donation to the wonderful research and awareness that FIRST provides to families, the medical profession, and the educational community at large. If you feel so moved to also donate, every donation level is welcome and helps so much! Bless you!
And also here below is the direct donation link to the FIRST web site: