The Foundation for Faces of Children (FFC) is a New England-based, non-profit organization, and a national source of information about craniofacial conditions. FFC is dedicated to improving the lives of children with craniofacial conditions, including cleft lip and palate and other head and facial anomalies. The organization concentrates its efforts on education, training, family support systems, and the dissemination of accurate information. FFC also funds targeted research about the causes, treatments, and outcomes of these conditions. Additional services provided by FFC include (1) a scholarship program for young adult residents of New England who were born with a facial difference and are pursuing post-secondary education, (2) a Web site containing medically reviewed information about the major craniofacial conditions and a host of other information of interest to parents and patients, and (3) a video about cleft lip and palate.
The Foundation for Faces of Children provides information and other educational resources to individuals born with craniofacial conditions and to their families. Topics include craniosynostosis, deformational plagiocephaly, microtia, and vascular malformations.
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