Dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons with bleeding disorders and their families
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We would like to congratulate our very own Eric Laliberte for earning three silver medals at the Special Olympics this past Saturday. We are all very proud of Eric and glad to have him as one of our members.
Great News, We are partnering with The Big Y grocery stores.
They have reusable bags for sale when purchased a dollar of this will go directly back to CHS
At your convenience you can follow the instructions on the back of the Giving Tag and select the Connecticut Hemophilia Society. It is easy to do and you will help both the environment and CHS!
Madeline is an 11 year old girl from Rhode Island. She runs her own 501 (c) 3 non profit called Madeline's helping hands. This week she was nominated by her city for the money they have raised for the Connecticut Hemophilia Society, NEHA, and other organizations. Madeline has Ehlers Danlos and her brother has Von WillieBrands. We applaud this efforts. Congratulations on being role models at such young ages.
Do you know an amazing teen (age 13-18) in our community (Including siblings) that goes the extra mile? The 5th annual Teen Impact Awards are now accepting applications.
The Teen Impact Awards recognize young people with bleeding disorders whose actions positively impact the world around them, by engaging in acts of service & volunteerism in their community, school, or home; demonstrating a commitment to health & wellness behaviors; or by role modeling exceptional achievement in academics, athletics, or the arts.
Registration will open tomorrow for Inhibitor Family Camp. The camp runs Friday, Sept. 27th-30th, 2019 and is loacated at The Painted Turtle - Lake Hughes, CA.
For more information please click https://ches.education/inhibitor-family-camp
Good morning, We are upgrading our e-mail servers. This means that our e-mail will be down for the next 24-36 hours. If you need to reach us please contact via phone or here and we will respond as soon as possible.
Thank you for your understanding.
The New England Hemophilia Association is hosting their annual walk this Saturday. They help families all over New England with bleeding disorders including those of us in Connecticut. We wish them the best of luck for a successful fundraising walk. Please click the link if you would like more information or would like to make a tax deductible donation to help them reach their goal.
Our new website is almost here! Two members of our community have been working quite hard and I am sure you will be as impressed as we are once we go live.
We have some exciting news! In less then a week our new website will launch! You asked and we listened! Two of our community members have worked tirelessly to put together an amazing new website that you will be proud of. Stayed tuned for the official launch.
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Thank you to everyone that was able to come out and enjoy our annual meeting. We had some great educational sessions. It was our honor to host the movie Bombardier blood. Thank you Save one Life and Chris Bombardier
Inhibitor Moms!!!! This is for YOU!!! ❤️
Registration is now open for CHES Mom's Uninhibited Meeting in Santa Fe, NM! July 18th-July 21st! 🎉🎉🎉
This event is available for women 18 and older, who are the mothers of children with Hemophilia and an ACTIVE Inhibitor to factor products.
Click the link below to register!!!! 👇👇👇