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Horizons in Hemophilia, March 2020


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HoG Announces COVID-19 Precautions

By Tracy Heath, Director of Communications | March 13, 2020

Client safety is extremely important to us, and we understand that the recent COVID-19 outbreak can put both you and our staff at risk. As a result, we are taking several precautions for your protection and to best serve the inherited bleeding disorder community. These precautions include changes to upcoming events, home visit procedures, and limits on specific preventive products supplied by the pharmacy. More...

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State Meeting Wrap-Up

By Deniece Chevannes, Senior Director of Grants Management | March 13, 2020

Hemophilia of Georgia hosted the Annual Hemophilia State Comprehensive Care Meeting in February, providing an opportunity for staff from HoG and Georgia’s Hemophilia Treatment Centers to come together, share new research, improve care, and overcome challenges in the inherited bleeding disorder community. More...

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Unsung Heroes: A Tribute to Social Workers

By Robert Gillespie, Vice President of Programs | March 13, 2020

March is national social work month. It is part of our mission at Hemophilia of Georgia to help those with inherited bleeding disorders live the fullest life possible. Social work is critical to achieving that. We provide social work services to everyone we serve. More...

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Welcome the Newest Member of the Mighty Sticker Club

By Mary Ann McCullough, RN, Outreach Nurse | March 13, 2020

Fifteen-year-old Isaiah is the newest member of The Mighty Sticker Club. This 11th grader has attended Camp Wannaklot for three years. Isaiah took a step toward independence by learning to self-infuse at home and camp with help from his outreach nurse, Mary Ann McCullough.  More...

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Celebrate Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month

By Tracy Heath, Director of Communications | March 13, 2020

In addition to Social Work Month, March is also Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month. Hosted by the National Hemophilia Foundation, the month-long celebration builds awareness around bleeding disorders and promotes advocacy for the unique needs of the bleeding disorder community. More...

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Registration Is Open for the 72nd Bleeding Disorders Conference

By Tracy Heath, Director of Communications | March 13, 2020

The National Hemophilia Foundation’s 72nd Bleeding Disorders Conference is set for Aug. 6-8 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. Affected individuals and families will find sessions on nearly every aspect of living with a bleeding disorder – from the basics of hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease to the latest treatment updates.  More...

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Program dept changes

HoG Changes Up Its Program Department

By Tracy Heath, Director of Communications | March 13, 2020

We have undergone a lot of changes here at Hemophilia of Georgia to prepare for the future and better serve the inherited bleeding disorder community. Over the past few months, we have made several staff changes in our Programs Department. Some of these changes introduce new faces and others show familiar faces in new roles. More...

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Scholarship deadline april 24

Scholarship Pre-Qualification Deadline Is April 24

By Theresa Schaffer, LCSW, Director of Social Work | March 13, 2020

Interested in the John W. Youtsey Memorial Scholarship, which helps qualified Hemophilia of Georgia clients pay for post-high school education? Then don’t forget to submit your online pre-qualification form by April 24. More...

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