The National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias (NFED) turned 40 years old on December 24, 2021. Normally, we would have recognized this milestone throughout last year. But, the pandemic caused us to shift our plans. Find out what we all have planned for this celebration year!
Please watch and enjoy this holiday greeting from our NFED staff. If only it could include all of the thousands of faces we had the honor of serving this year. May you and your family experience the incredible joys of the holiday season!
Virginia Higgins was just five years old when her mom, Fredia Shimchick, heard about a mom in the area who was looking for other families affected ectodermal dysplasias. Their family would be one of the first 12 families who called NFED their ectodermal dysplasia home. Find out about her love for the NFED family and why she gives back.
Dave Reidenouer is the kind of dad and grandpa who jumps in to help when his family needs him. For him, family means, “coming together to overcome obstacles and challenges, working together to do fun and good things.” And that’s exactly what his family has done since their first grandchild, Nikko Vecchini, was born affected by hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia. Read how the NFED became their lifeline.
Our National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias (NFED) staff has grown by one! Learn more about our new teammate and what impact she hopes to make.
Has your dentist had a hard time finding a dental lab which could make dentures small enough for your child with ectodermal dysplasia? Are you a care provider searching for a dental lab to make small dentures for your pediatric patient? Learn how we can help!
Do you have sensitive skin? Find out what products are safer for you to use. Plus, find out the best way to test them.
We recognize Lea Richardson’s 10 years of service to our NFED family. Learn about her dedication and commitment as what her role is at the Foundation.