HemAware Junior

HemAware is for kids too! Get content for little ones in this section.

Asking for help if you get hurt at school is part of being a good student
When you’re at home and you get hurt or feel a bleed starting, you know to go to your parents...
People other than your parents can help support you
Your parents have a big role in helping you with your bleeding disorder, but they aren’t the only ones you...
You can choose how much to tell your friends about your hemophilia or VWD
If you’re confused about whether to tell a new friend about your bleeding disorder, don’t worry, you’re not alone. It’s...
Children’s Guide to Self-Infusion Treatment for a Bleeding Disorder
Kids who’ve had infusion treatments for a few years might be ready to start infusing their own factor. This process...
When Your Brother or Sister Has a Bleeding Disorder
If you have a brother or sister with a bleeding disorder, you probably have a lot of questions.
Getting Ready for Surgery: Help Is Nearby
Here are some questions you can ask before having your tonsils out, ear tubes put in, or any other surgery.
Kids Who Volunteer Make a Difference
No matter how old you are or what type of bleeding disorder you have, you can make a difference.
How to Be a Good Sport
Whether it’s soccer or a spelling bee, we can’t win all the time. But being a good sport makes taking...
5 Moving Tips Just for Kids
Moving to a new home, community and school can be hard, but also exciting.
Bullies, Be Gone!
What’s a kid like me supposed to do when a bully picks on me?
New Family Focus
Here are five things to try if you’re getting a new stepparent or stepsiblings.
Hey, Sleepyhead
A good night’s sleep gives your body rest and stores up energy for the next day.
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Need Info? Ask NHF!
Contact HANDI, NHF's resource center for additional information on bleeding disorders.