Hemophilia Federation of America is a national nonprofit organization that assists, educates, and advocates for the bleeding disorders community.
In honor of National Caregiver Month, we’ll be featuring “Caregiver Heroes” throughout the month of November. While all in the bleeding disorders community are heroes in their own special ways, these folks are being given a special shout-out for the ways they take care of their loved ones and themselves. Meet William from Tennesse. William […]
My beautiful wife Jackie, and I have three boys: Desmond, 8-years-old, Liam, 5-years-old and Patrick, 3-years-old. Patrick has severe hemophilia A, and inhibitors. We live in middle Georgia. Until three years ago we knew nothing about hemophilia. We had no family history and it was the furthest thing from our minds as parents. We have two strong, […]
Nathan Wilkes has been advocating for his son, Thomas, who has hemophilia and an inhibitor for more than a decade. Nathan began his advocacy by simply writing an essay about his family’s struggle with lifetime caps which was sent to a limited number of contacts within state government and a few friends. He soon found […]
Today HFA is proud to present a special “Infusing Love” blog — an excerpt from our new book, “Dads in Action: Real Stories from the Bleeding Disorders Community.” To order your FREE copy of the book, click HERE. Parenthood began for me as it has for many others; I was a first-time father, venturing through […]
This video features Sal Livolsi & Linda Wyman-Collins; helping women with bleeding disorders is close to both of these community members hearts. Sal has a wife and son with hemophilia and Lew talks from personal experience of having a bleeding disorder.
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