Family Matters

Pain is a fact of life for many people with bleeding disorders, who can experience bleeding into joints. Physical therapy...
Ask a Social Worker is a new monthly column featuring questions from the community and answers from members of NHF’s...
The last thing you want to think about is having your child get injured. But there are some hazards in...
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of all Americans in ways large and small. More than 600,000 Americans have...
If your child has a bleeding disorder, you don’t want to wait until an accident or emergency to figure out...
Michelle Culpepper usually has to drive her son Jayden 45 minutes each way from their home in Farmington, Michigan, to...
During her more than 30 years as a social worker at the hemophilia treatment center at Children’s Memorial Hospital in...
Families living in remote areas face unique challenges for bleeding disorders care. Learn how a few families have managed—and how...
A few years ago, Janet Barone received a phone call from her son, Cameron, that led her to realize her...
Routine healthcare visits are being held up because of the pandemic, so many parents are missing their children’s annual hemophilia...
For many parents of children who are newly diagnosed with hemophilia, those first few months of treatment can seem like...
With families staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the hecticness of everyday life toned down, many parents may be...
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