National Eczema Society
We are committed to making life easier for the 1 in 5 children and 1 in 12 adults who suffer from eczema through providing our Helpline and information services. We rely entirely on general public and company donations to fund our work as well as Membership subscriptions.
Our Helpline is the first point of contact for anyone affected by eczema, providing support and guidance on eczema management and treatment.
Learning to manage your eczema or your child's is an important part of coping and living with the condition. It is often helpful to meet other people who are in a similar position as they can offer support through personal experience together with practical help and tips. The Society provides access to a network of local support groups across the UK.
The National Eczema Society has produced a number of information packs to help teachers promote better understanding of the condition and how if affects children with eczema.
As well as providing information and support to patients, parents and teachers, the Society also produces help and support specifically for healthcare professionals through a dedicated telephone and email Helpline and a programme of Study Days.
Currently, there is no cure for eczema. Finding a cure would significantly transform the lives of over 6 million sufferers in the UK, of which 15-20% are school children. The National Eczema Society supports funding research into eczema.
Call our Helpline on 0800 089 1122 for confidential advice
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- National Eczema Society
- 0800 448 0818
Where to go
National Eczema Society, 11
- NW1 9RE