The Utah Hemophilia Foundation’s Annual Camp Valor represents the foundation for effective life-long management of a bleeding disorder. It is at this camp that children first learn to self-infuse; also, campers learn the basics of self advocacy, allowing them to prepare now to be informed partners with their health care providers in ensuring access to the continuum and quality of care required for the treatment and management of their bleeding disorders.
Camp Valor is a fun, age-appropriate experience that provides the tools for children to manage their bleeding disorder, gives children the chance to meet other children with bleeding disorders, and provides an outdoor recreational experience under the supervision of trained medical staff.
For all women in Utah's bleeding disorders community, ages 12 and older, including: women with von Wellibrand Disease, carriers, moms, wives, and caregivers.
A day long conference with workshops & activities that include: sharing core stories; von Willebrand Disease information; emergency room advocacy; bleeding disorders and child development; Learning to Take Care of You
Also included with registration: lunch, seated massages & pampering, product information booths, fun swag & prizes. This is a GREAT day for meeting other amazing women, creating new friendships, and building support networks.
Don't miss out! This conference only comes once a year.