Aidan Elliott

by and large, bleeding disorder organizations have made great strides in working to become more active in civic engagement. It’s pretty remarkable that organizations with such small numbers of people have been able to coordinate state advocacy days and other gatherings to attempt to protect the lives in our community. It is vitally important to gather as many people in our local affected communities as possible to show that our issues are serious and we are serious about our issues so one area of improvement I see is to engage absolutely everyone who is affected with a bleeding disorder and try to at least get them on a roster so that more people can participate in civic engagement as their schedule allows.

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