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👨‍🎓Educational Grants👩‍🎓
Have you been accepted onto a post second level educational course? Are you going to college? Do you have haemophilia or a related bleeding disorder? Are you a family member of a person with haemophilia or related bleeding disorder?
If so, why not take the time to apply for an I.H.S. educational grant?
Applications are now invited for the 2017 Educational Grants.
There are two categories of grants available as follows:
Educational Grants for people with haemophilia or related bleeding disorders.
Educational Grants for immediate family members.
To read more, follow link.
http://bit.ly/2uJadob
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Extremely proud with one of our Junior Members Jason.
He has self infused for the first time 💪 WELL DONE JASON!!!!
The I.H.S. likes to reward our brave junior members on their first self infusion, with a Smyths Toystore voucher. :)
We hope you treat yourself to something nice!
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If I am a carrier of haemophilia with a low factor level can I bleed?
Females who are carriers of factor VIII or factor IX deficiency may have reduced levels. Approximately 10% of carriers will have a level below 30% (normal is 50 – 150%). Carriers with reduced factor VIII or factor IX levels are managed in the same way as men with mild haemophilia, they will have a bleeding tendency which will be problematic at times of surgery, childbirth, dental work or after an accident or fall.
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💍 Wedding Favours 👰
Many couples choose to make a donation to charity in lieu of giving wedding favours to their guests. ❤️
If you decide to choose the Irish Haemophilia Society you will be provided with gorgeous cards which fold and sit on the tables of your guests at your wedding reception informing them about your donation.
For more information contact Nina on 01 6579900 or nina@haemophilia.ie
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👨‍🎓Educational Grants👩‍🎓
Have you been accepted onto a post second level educational course? Are you going to college? Do you have haemophilia or a related bleeding disorder? Are you a family member of a person with haemophilia or related bleeding disorder?
If so, why not take the time to apply for an I.H.S. educational grant?
Applications are now invited for the 2017 Educational Grants.
There are two categories of grants available as follows:
Educational Grants for people with haemophilia or related bleeding disorders.
Educational Grants for immediate family members.
To read more, follow link.
http://bit.ly/2uJadob
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Hyde Square Apartments
The apartments are available only to:
- People with haemophilia or related bleeding disorders from outside of Dublin, when attending St. James’s Hospital or Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin for treatment, for a hospital appointment or for a review clinic.
- An immediate family member, a spouse, a partner and/or children of the person with haemophilia or related bleeding disorder from outside Dublin, when attending St. James’s Hospital or Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin for treatment, for a hospital appointment or for a review clinic, or while a family member is an in-patient.
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The facility is particularly useful if a member is travelling up from the country to make an early hospital appointment, or if the member is attending hospital appointments on consecutive days.
* Cost: A nominal fee of €10.00 per booking per night will be levied to offset the cost of cleaning and routine maintenance.
* Bookings: If you would like to make a booking please contact Paula or Debbie in the office on 01 6579900. Alternatively, click on the link below to make your booking online.
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Leaving a Legacy to the Irish Haemophilia Society.
You will be aware that the Irish Haemophilia Society has broadly increased the support and services which we provide to members over recent years, to include additional conferences, educational meetings and publications.
We hope that you will support our endeavours by positively considering leaving a present for the future and leaving a legacy to the Society.
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👨‍🎓Educational Grants👩‍🎓
Have you been accepted onto a post second level educational course? Are you going to college? Do you have haemophilia or a related bleeding disorder? Are you a family member of a person with haemophilia or related bleeding disorder?
If so, why not take the time to apply for an I.H.S. educational grant?
Applications are now invited for the 2017 Educational Grants.
There are two categories of grants available as follows:
Educational Grants for people with haemophilia or related bleeding disorders.
Educational Grants for immediate family members.
To read more, follow link.
http://bit.ly/2uJadob
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Needlephobia
Many people don’t understand the depth of a sufferer’s phobia, this is because people find it hard to differentiate between a fear and a phobia. A fear is an emotion that everyone will experience in their life, but that can be overcome. A phobia is an anxiety disorder where a person has an irrational fear of a certain object or situation. Although the fear is classed as irrational, to the person with the phobia it is a natural reaction. Phobias are not easy to overcome. People with phobias often experience negative reactions to their condition; they are laughed at, mocked and told to “get over it”. This attitude does not help the person with the phobia at all, it can actually have the opposite reaction and set the person further back in their recovery. If you know someone who suffers from a phobia it is important to try and support them and to do this you need to know what they experience.
http://bit.ly/2sApoQG
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