Items tagged 'Woman'

As a FIFO, what do you need to think about to manage your bleeding disorder when you are onsite?
Elizabeth’s teenage daughter Grace has Glanzmann thrombasthenia. Elizabeth talks about what it was like to find that your child has a very rare bleeding disorder and their family experiences as Grace grows up.
Allison was diagnosed with Glanzmann thrombasthenia at birth. She talked to HFA about her experiences and what she has learned from living with this very rare bleeding disorder.
What mental health support services are available and how do you access them?
The PROBE Australia Study is how HFA is building evidence about the needs of men and women affected by haemophilia in Australia. Here's how you can help.
How do you encourage women to take some time out to focus on their own needs? Lauren talks about peer support activities for women at Haemophilia Foundation Queensland.

Susie’s story Susie shared her personal story of living with type 1 VWD at the 21st Australian Conference on haemophilia,…

Shauna’s story Shauna shared her personal story of managing quality of life issues while living with Type 3 VWD at…

Haemophilia testing in women and girls Key points    There are two types of haemophilia testing for women and girls…

The importance of our camps for children and families cannot be underestimated. At these camps, children connect with others going…

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