Baraboo area conference to focus on bleeding disorders

May 2, 2018 by  

Wisconsin residents who have a bleeding disorder, as well as their families and professionals who work in the field, have been invited to attend an annual conference in the Baraboo area.

The symposium will include both social and learning opportunities, and it has been organized by the Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation. To help make it as easy as possible for families to attend, there will be special programming for youth and access to childcare for anyone who is six and under will also be available. Graphic design can be used to craft a variety of items to distribute during an event like this

The goal of the occasion is both for those who participate to form connections with others, and also learn more about bleeding disorders, the latest treatments and supports, and the current research taking place in the field. The registration fee for the weekend is $125 for a family of four and this includes a hotel room, four passes to the water park, childcare, and meals on the Saturday. This rate is only being offered to those with one of the conditions that will be addressed during the conferee and their immediate family members.

The 2018 Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Conference is scheduled to run from June 8 until 10 in Wisconsin Dells Kalahari Resort. More information can be found on the Great Lakes Hemophilia Association’s website.