Balancing Emotional Wellness

About ready to tunnel out to freedom after all these weeks of quarantine and sequestration? You’re not alone! But before you imitate Steve McQueen and his cohorts in "The Great Escape," it might be easier to get some expert advice on how to cope.


That’s the topic for the next installment of our Educational Dinner Series: Balancing Emotional Wellness. CCHF is partnering with Pfizer to bring you this presentation by Eva Felix, their Senior Manager of Patient Affairs. The virtual dinner will be at 6 p.m. Thursday, October 1st.


Eva will talk about how emotional health impacts the hemophilia community, what signs/symptoms to look for and how to encourage dialogue with caregivers and health care providers.


As usual, advance registration is required (click on the button below) and, as usual, CCHF will reimburse you for the cost of the dinner you have to provide because we couldn’t buy you one in person thanks to COVID-19 meeting restrictions.


HOWEVER, we are changing things up just a bit in order to increase the number of people who can benefit from these educational presentations. We are going to increase the number of available seats from 30 to 45. But in order to stay within budget, we are going to reduce the amount each registrant gets to $20 and will be providing Amazon e-Gift Cards instead of Visa gift cards.


So, to qualify for one of the Amazon e-Gift Cards, you need to be one of the first 45 people to register for the dinner (and you need to be a resident of one of the 27 counties in CCHF’s service area). Don’t delay. Click on the button below and register now.

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care and life for persons impacted by hemophilia and other inherited
bleeding disorders through education, advocacy and support.

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