Posts In

Resources

New support for military families

"Amber is one of those amazing people who have an endless capacity to give and love", says Executive Director, Miranda Klassen. "I will never forget my first call with Amber. She was devastated by the loss of her best friend, Nichole to an AFE. As…

Read More »

Read More »
Young beautiful women at the weekly cloth market - Best friends sharing free time having fun and shopping in the old town in a sunny day - Girlfriends enjoying everyday life moments

The Loss Of Your Best Friend: Living Without Paula

  In the fall of 1995, I was a sophomore at Kent State University and a member of Delta Sigma Pi.  I met Paula when she pledged my Business Fraternity. Mid semester, in a Statistics review session, we sat together and laughed and joked like…

Read More »

Read More »
Online Support Group - Larger

AFE Foundation Support Groups

Welcome to our Support Groups! The introduction of technology and social media has allowed those affected by AFE the ability to connect and communicate with others from all over the world. We offer several groups on Facebook for those affected by AFE to share and…

Read More »

Read More »
Closeup portrait of intellectual man healthcare personnel with white labcoat, looking at brain x-ray radiographic image, ct scan, mri, clinic office background. Radiology department

Brain Injury After AFE

In order to better serve the need of all those affected by AFE, the AFE Foundation is currently gathering helpful information to those suffering brain injury as a result of an AFE. We thank you for your patience as we develop the content. For immediate…

Read More »

Read More »
Asian female newborn in mother's arms

AFE Survivors

    Surviving an amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) is a traumatic and life-altering event. As like any near-death trauma, it can result in many challenges both physically and emotionally. These challenges are further complicated by the emotions surrounding the birth of a child; most especially…

Read More »