HCC Future Leaders
Family Education Day
The Female Factor
We are a large group of women in the bleeding disorders community that have come together to form The Female Factor. We invite and provide outreach, leadership guidance, advocacy opportunities, networking, education and support to any and all women in the bleeding disorders community. Many mothers, daughters, sisters etc. are undiagnosed with our own bleeding disorders. We are working tirelessly to affect change for proper diagnosis and treatment for all women affected.
HCC’s annual Legislative Day is a chance for members of the bleeding disorders community to come together and meet with key members of the Senate and Assembly to educate them about hemophilia, other co-diagnoses, and issues of concern to the bleeding disorders community.
Because of the ongoing budget crisis this is a crucial time for the bleeding disorders community to come to the capitol to advocate for protection of programs and services used by people with bleeding disorders. HCC is also enforcing the Standards of Service legislation for home healthcare providers that we passed, and community support is vital to the success of the bill. Come to the State Capitol this spring and make your voice heard in support of programs and services crucial to the bleeding disorders community!
For more information, please contact Heidi Scanlan at email@example.com or
Each year the symposium
celebrates Hispanic culture, and provides health
information and education for our Spanish speaking
families and the community at large.
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