Meet Other APS Patients - Online Support Groups
APS can be a confusing, frustrating disease and it helps to talk and share experiences with people who have gone through what you're going through and understands. We've collected some links and information on different ways to meet other people online who have APS.
The APSFA has an online support forum with the latest news articles on APS and related diseases as well as APS chat, general chit chat, & Foundation information. We currently have over 1500 members and we are HON Code Certified. We'd love to get to know you better on our forum as well as offer the support and information you're seeking. Click the graphic below to join our forum.
|Yahoo Email Groups||Online Forums|
|Person to Person Support|
|We hope to have some person to person APS support groups to list soon!|
Some of these groups are very active and some are not active. APSFA does not endorse nor is affiliated with any of these groups, they were recommended to us by others. The only support group that APSFA is affiliated with is APS Friends & Support Forum.
Page last reviewed: 12/30/2015
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