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Each year Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation hosts the Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Conference for individuals and families living with a bleeding disorder. The weekend provides an opportunity to attend educational sessions presented by experts, meet with health care and industry professionals, and form important connections with peers affected in Wisconsin.
The weekend begins on Friday evening at a welcome reception and continues Saturday with a full day of educational programming. Special sessions will be provided for youth, and child care will be available for kids six and under.
The conference will take place at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells.
The actual cost of the weekend is $750 per family of four, making this special rate contingent on attendance in sessions. If you need further assistance with the fee please contact GLHF before registering online.
If you need assistance with the REGISTRATION FEE, please contact GLHF BEFORE registering online at 414.937.6782 for a special code if you qualify.
PLEASE READ CONFIRMATION EMAIL FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS AFTER YOU REGISTER.
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Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation's mission is to educate, support, and advocate for the bleeding disorders community of Wisconsin.
In 1974, a group of family members and dedicated individuals came together to create a support network specifically for people diagnosed with and affected by hemophilia.
Now, Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation (GLHF) is a statewide organization, serving individuals and families with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease and other lesser known bleeding disorders.
GLHF programs are designed to educate and support individuals and families with bleeding disorders by increasing public awareness, ensuring access to needed medical services, providing relevant information and resources, building a supportive community among individuals and families, and promoting choices that lead to optimal health and living life without limitations.
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“We were able to meet many other families with children with bleeding disorders through foundation sponsored events. Knowing we were not alone and sharing stories, treatment tips and ideas helped our entire family cope with the problems of hemophilia. The foundation helped train us to become more independent.”
-Ed B., father of a son living with hemophilia