Young Adult Podcast: Maintaining Motivation: Creating Habits for a Lifetime of Fitness

November 3, 2017

By offering additional resources and education about the benefits of self-care and exercise for young adults, we hope to inspire a lifetime of healthy choices and habits! Our guest on this podcast is Karen Sullivan, retired professor of Health/Fitness at Marymount University. Tune into hear Karen discuss how to build sustainable fitness habits and how to get back on […]

Millennials Get Busy- Advocacy for Young Adults

January 26, 2017

By Sarah Shinkman Learning how to advocate is an important life skill at any age. Whether you are practicing personal, peer, or group advocacy, you have the power to influence decisions that may affect you and others. HFA’s final Young Adult Hangout of 2016 featured two community advocates and a health insurance overview by Erin […]

Dear Addy: Open Enrollment for New Users

November 14, 2016

Dear Addy, I’m applying for health insurance for the first time this open enrollment period. With a bleeding disorder, what should I look for in an insurance plan? Signed, First-time Subscriber _____________________________________________________________________________________ Dear Subscriber, First, an Open Enrollment Period is the time during the year when health insurance companies or HMOs (health maintenance organizations) are required by law to […]

Dear Addy: Back to School

August 8, 2016

Dear Addy, I’m preparing for my first year of college, which also means managing my hemophilia without my parents and local HTC. How do I make this a smooth transition? Is there anything I need to do before I get to school? Sincerely, Back to School Jitters ________________________________________________________________________________ Dear Jitters, Congratulations on this exciting transition. […]

Living with Hemophilia: A Young Adult Perspective

August 31, 2015

The transition to adulthood is an exciting time for any young adult, and can include living on their own for the first time, beginning a job, or starting a college/higher education experience. However, this also means young adults must learn quickly how to juggle the inevitable increase of personal responsibility. Dakota, age 20, is a PharmD […]

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