For kids of all ages in this community, summertime means heading to camp. Many chapters of the National Hemophilia Foundation have spent months planning for your arrival. At camp children often make friendships that last a lifetime, while engaging in supervised activities from canoeing and swimming to hiking, crafts, games and skits. For many children, camp is the place they learn to self-infuse for the first time.
Family camps provide opportunities for parents and children to explore the great outdoors with other families going through similar experiences back home. Adult camps host sharing and networking sessions. Put camp on your calendar this summer. Stay tuned for the updated 2011 camp directory on NHF’s Web site.