Ladies Group CARE Program
Hemophilia of South Carolina’s CARE Program exists to support and empower women and girls who are affected by a bleeding disorders whether they have been diagnosed as having a bleeding disorder, are a caretaker of someone with a bleeding disorder; child or spouse/significant other, brother or sister, or they themselves are carriers of a genetic bleeding disorder. Objectives of the program include but are not limited to:
- To empower and equip women with knowledge and support by learning from others with shared practical knowledge from personal experiences in a safe, warm and inviting atmosphere activity
- Helping to facilitate conversations on issues relating to being affected by a bleeding disorder and working within the group to find practical solutions for their everyday life situations
- Gain knowledge from participants and guest speakers about bleeding disorders and how to manage them in particular ways
- Empower women and girls to obtain the best medical care and supportive services and resources
- Build bonding relationships for future advocacy needs, support and friendships
- Help to facilitate and increase knowledge and awareness about the symptoms and treatment of bleeding disorders and share ways to encourage more awareness to the general public and healthcare professionals
- “Ladies Night Out” will take place on March 13th in Greenville– during the National Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month. Join us for a night of bowling fun, supportive conversations and learning from one another. Hear from the personal experiences our speaker, Lori Kunkel of CSL Behring’s “Common Factors Program”. Lori will be sharing her story of “Laughing Through Stress”. You will be glad you joined us for the evening. RSVP for your bowling shoes to Sue Martin, ED at Hemophilia of South Carolina- 864-350-9941, or firstname.lastname@example.org by March 5th..
March 13, 2018, 6:30pm-9:00pm
Stone Pin Bowling
304 E. Stone Ave. Greenville, SC.
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This program is Sponsored by CSL Behring in partnership with Hemophilia of South Carolina.