With a statewide order to stay at home, many are beginning to feel overwhelmed. Some have lost their jobs, while others must balance work and taking care of children. Pennsylvania has created a new toll-free line to offer assistance and support to those in need. The number to call is 1-855-284-2494. For TTY, dial 724-631-5600.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER When: September 12, 2020 Where: North Park Swimming Pool Loop S. Ridge Drive Allison Park, PA 15101 We hope you will join us at the North Park Swimming Pool Loop on Saturday, September 12th for our 12th Annual Walk!! This is a day where our community and everyone who supports it
Following the success of the first-ever Breaking Through! Musical Theater Intensive in New York City in 2018 and the nationwide Breaking Through! Chapter Workshops in 2019, Believe Limited is thrilled to announce that the application window for the 2020 Breaking Through! Musical Theater Intensives – to be held in Los Angeles and Chicago – is
Sports and injuries go hand in hand. What generally happens to a player if they get hurt? Maybe they’ll need crutches for a few weeks, take some pain medication, get some bed rest and they’ll be good as new. Unfortunately, children and teens affected by a bleeding disorder do not have an easy or speedy
Team Jaxson comes together for the walk each year to support Kelly and Josh Baker’s five year old son, Jaxson. When he was seven months old, he was diagnosed with severe Type A Hemophilia. Through his diagnosis, Kelly learned that she was also a carrier. Kelly and Josh also have an 11 year-old daughter, Analise,
The deadline to apply for the WPCNHF Scholarship is this Friday, June 28th! All applications must be received or postmarked by this date. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted. This scholarship is open to any person or immediate family member of a person with hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, or other inherited bleeding disorder. The person
The team captain of Charlotte’s Hemo Hero’s is Charlotte’s mother, Jamie Kimmel. Charlotte was diagnosed with Von Williebrand Disease Type 3 in March of 2015 after she had a bad nose bleed that lasted overnight. After a week-long stay at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, she started receiving treatment at the Hemophilia Treatment Center of Western
Christopher Templin is the Team Captain of Team Ladybug. He was diagnosed with Hemophilia B at age 2 due to an injury in 1977. His brother, and several other relatives, also had Hemophilia B, so it wasn’t long before they realized why he was still bleeding even after he got his stitches. Christopher, and his
The team captain of Gino’s Gang is Dawn Rotellini. She has two children, Gianna and Gino. Gino has hemophilia B and their family has a history of bleeding disorders, all the way back to their grandmother. “My Grandmother was a carrier of hemophilia B, but we have no known family history before her of bleeding
Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a very happy New Year!