Introduction to School & Work

Whether you or your child has just been diagnosed with haemophilia or was diagnosed a while ago, you probably have some questions about the impact the condition might have on school and work. While it’s true that you or your child are likely to face some challenges along the way, ­the good news is that, although haemophilia can’t be ignored, it doesn’t have to rule your life either! You might just need to think a little more about your choices, how or if to tell others about your or your child’s condition, and what kind of additional support might be needed.

In this section of the website, we aim to answer some of the questions you may have about how haemophilia might affect you or your child at school and/or work– from starting at a new school to choosing a suitable career . However, it’s important to remember that this should not take the place of talking to your Haemophilia Treatment Centre. 

 

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