NHF CO Connections Program is designed to welcome and support newly diagnosed families of infants and young children with bleeding disorders with community connections and provide resources.
A diagnosis of a bleeding disorder is often emotionally draining and overwhelming. Particularly due to the rarity of these disorders, there can be confusion, information overload, and a sense of isolation. We believe that the bleeding disorder community is stronger through community support and involvement.
The Connections program is meant to alleviate the isolation and stressors that a newly diagnosed individual and/or family may undergo - not to provide any medical advice - but offer meaningful programs to connect you with other individuals and families within our diverse bleeding disorder community. We offer events that support peer-to-peer connections sharing our lived experiences, connecting and supporting each other.
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