Camp can be a wonderful place for preteens and teenagers to collect great memories and experiences. Having a bleeding disorder makes that no different.
Hemophilia camp is a place where children with bleeding disorders can meet other blood brothers and sisters, learn how to self-infuse, and have a great time.
This section of Next Step provides helpful information for parents and kids on:
- Where to Find a Camp
- The Fun Things to Do at Camp
Summer camp specially dedicated for children with bleeding disorders is a place where everybody is treated the same and where possibilities, not limitations, are stressed.
Children with bleeding disorders get to share experiences, make new friends, gain independence, and have a great time. They usually leave camp with new friendships and as stronger, more self-reliant individuals.