Special Programs

Mind
ful
ness

Whole-Self Care: Treating Beyond Your Bleeding Disorder

 

Mindfulness is a quality that we all possess. In times like these, it can be an especially important tool to help us navigate through life. But it is not something that comes naturally for everyone.

 

Register now to attend a free virtual presentation on mindfulness, courtesy of Takeda and Central California Hemophilia Foundation, on Wednesday, January 20th.

 

The 6 p.m. presentation will explore mindfulness, how it can benefit the body and the mind, and promote a healthier lifestyle. Participants will have the opportunity to experience simple mindfulness exercises and learn how to begin cultivating theirpersonal practice. Our presenter will be Sharliyn Perea, Senior Clinical Specialist with Takeda.

 

Advance registration is required and the deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday, January 19th. To register, please click here. There is no limit on the number of attendees for this event. Consistent with Takeda’s policy, gift cards will not be offered to participants.

BECAUSE SOMETIMES,

YOU JUST NEED

SOMEONE TO LISTEN

 

Women of the bleeding disorders community—patients, relatives, caregivers—join us for the inaugural session of “Girl Talk,” Central California Hemophilia Foundation’s new program exclusively for you.

 

We will have our first get-together, virtually, at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 23rd. Let’s get acquainted, share stories and talk about what we want the “Girl Talk” program to be. There is no cost for participating, but we do ask that you register by no later than 5 p.m. on the 22nd.

 

Just click here to register. See you on the 23rd!

Helping Kids Understand

the Riots at the Capitol

We’re all shaken by the events in Washington, DC this week. As kids of all ages look to us for guidance, here are some ways to help them understand what’s going on and deal with any anxiety they may be feeling. (Click here to read more)...

(Courtesy of the Child Mind Institute)

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