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What's the risk?

Mon 16 Dec 2019

The debate about risks at the 2019 Australian Haemophilia Conference

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Alan's Story

Tue 17 Apr 2018
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Shauna's Story

Tue 17 Apr 2018
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2017 Conference experiences

Thu 21 Dec 2017

Youth delegates at the 2017 Conference talk about their experiences

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Success from being a leader in the community

Tue 27 Sep 2016

Hamish is an inspiring youth leader from New South Wales and has been actively involved in the bleeding disorders community for many years. Hami...... read more

Hamish's Youth Lead Connect story

Tue 27 Sep 2016

Hamish has been involved in the YLC program and has achieved his goal of being more organised in his work and personal life. Read more about his...... read more

Jayden's golf story

Wed 21 Sep 2016

Jayden is the recipient of a Go For It Grant to assist him with his study at West Virginia University Institute of Technology. He was awarde...... read more

Geoff at the ACT camp

Mon 27 Jun 2016

Geoffrey is an HFA youth leader and mentor. Geoffrey attended the HFACT camp in April 2016, was part of the planning committee and facilitat...... read more

Youth stories from the YLC program

Wed 9 Mar 2016

Lauren: The highlight of the weekend for me was definitely the empowering final session with Reach that taught me that leadership doesn&rsq...... read more

Youth stories from conference

Wed 4 Nov 2015

2015 marked the 17th Australian & New Zealand Conference on Haemophilia and Related Bleeding Disorders held on the Gold Coast. The yout...... read more

All about the youth session at conference

Mon 26 Oct 2015

The youth session at the 17th Australian & New Zealand Conference on Haemophilia and Related Bleeding Disorders discussed being on the ...... read more

HFA youth leaders speak up!

Mon 6 Oct 2014

Sam: I feel that it is important for young people to speak up and have their voices heard at focus groups and other events because the youth bri...... read more

HFQ camp 2012

Thu 25 Oct 2012

Recently Haemophilia Foundation Queensland held their annual youth camp, at the Emu Gully Adventure Park just outside of Toowoomba. HFQ’s ...... read more

Bonjour!

Mon 16 Jul 2012

Hi I‘m Richard and I have von Willebrand disorder. In 2010 I had the incredible fortune to win a Vision and Leadership Award as well as a ...... read more

How to make loads of new friends

Mon 16 Jul 2012
Hi Guys, my name is Lauren and I got involved with the Haemophilia Foundation when I started fundraising at my primary school in Grade 3. My brothe...... read more

Jenna at the 2016 WFH Congress

I was given the opportunity to attend and speak at this year’s World Congress in Orlando. This was my second Congress, after attending our...... read more


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Feeling so passionately about physical exercise

Tue 8 Sep 2020
Tim Demos has severe haemophilia A and has been working full time as a paramedic for the past 5 years.... read more

Staying motivated with exercise

Mon 10 Aug 2020
Andrew Selvaggi shares what he has learned about staying motivated with exercise, with his inspiring story about turning his life around and his tips for managing under COVID-19 restrictions.... read more

My brothers have haemophilia

Thu 16 Jul 2020
I’m Angelina, I’m 16 years old and currently in Year 11… And I have two brothers with severe haemophilia... read more

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