Hemophilia Federation of America is a national nonprofit organization that assists, educates, and advocates for the bleeding disorders community.
Dear Addy, My eleven-year-old son recently shared that he’s being bullied at school because of bruising caused by his bleeding disorder. How can I help him educate his classmates about hemophilia and prevent future bullying? As much as I want to protect my son, I also know that I need to empower him to […]
Time moves so quickly. As adults we blink and a year has passed. As kids, we couldn’t wait to be adults. I feel like it was just yesterday that we were adjusting to life with one itty-bitty baby, with a chronic condition. Now we are in a routine, his disorder is well managed, and he […]
For the past four years I have been participating in Hemophilia of South Carolina’s legislative days. During this annual event, I meet with our local representatives to share my experience of raising a child with a bleeding disorder and why it is important to support state programs that support our community. In prior years, I […]
(CNN) — As a school nurse in Rochester, Michigan, Ronda Harrison has more than 15,000 students in 23 buildings under her care. She works out of the district’s administrative offices and spends her days giving PowerPoint presentations to educators and communicating with parents over the phone. “[It is] scary the fact that I’m responsible for so […]
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida – January 2009 – Matrix Health Group is pleased to announce the release of a new children’s activity book entitled Time for Fun!. The book’s focus is to educate children up to the pre-teen years about the many facets of life with a bleeding disorder. Featuring numerous activities in a colorful and […]
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