Check out our new animation We are High Five Club featuring young members of EOS.
EOS member and voice in the brand new animation 'We are High Five Club' Katie shared her eczema journey in a national newspaper. Katie (10) has coped with eczema since she was a baby and has tried lots of different treatments over the years. She loves being part of the High Five Club and told
Big hearted Raife shared his story of why he took on a running challenge for EOS with his local paper. Raife ran every single day in August to raise money for EOS because his little sister Eden suffers from eczema and is a member. Already a junior Parkrunner, Raife was inspired to take on a
A big hearted four-year-old is undertaking a running challenge to raise money for the charity that helps his little sister, Eden. Raife Davies, from Cwmbran in Wales, is running one mile every single day in August, no matter the weather, to raise funds for Eczema Outreach Support. Already a junior Parkrunner, Raife was inspired
As part of our World Eczema Day celebrations we will be hosting a free online webinar on Wednesday, September 14 'More Than Skin Deep: Eczema and Children's Wellbeing. Starting at 8pm and held on Zoom, Dr Ella Guest and Dr Daniela Ghio host an interactive session for children, young people and their carers. The 90
The papers for the AGM to be held on Wednesday, September 14 can be viewed here. If you are unable to attend and would like to vote by proxy, you can here.
EOS member George has created his own line of merchandise, with all proceeds going to Eczema Outreach Support. Dr Who fan George created the Eczema Awareness Doctor costume to wear at conventions and has now made a line of merchandise available to buy on Red Bubble. The five-year-old from Tring also shared his story with
Eczema Outreach Support have an exciting opportunity to join the vibrant team as our Services Lead. The role is to manage the day-to-day delivery of our tailored support to families including one to one support on the phone and online, peer support, children’s clubs, our resources, events and support in schools. You will line manage
A mini Dr Who superfan created his own costume to raise awareness of eczema and reinforce that the condition is not contagious. George (5) couldn't decide which Doctor from the BBC cult TV show to dress as when he went to a Dr Who convention, so created his own costume with the help of mum
Harris gets light therapy to help his eczema prone skin and he decided to share what is involved with the treatment. Harris (7) from Fife has been going to hospital several times a week to get light therapy and has noticed a big difference in his skin. The treatment, also known as phototherapy, involves a