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Supporting loved ones with haemophilia

If your loved one has haemophilia, it can be hard to know how best to help them. Here's our guide to understanding the condition, and offering your child, partner or friend the best support.

‘Your voice, their care’

Download our guide on how you can 
support your partner when talking 
with their healthcare team about 
treatment goals.

Your voice, their care
Mental health supporting your partner with haemophilia

Mental health: supporting your partner with haemophilia

When your partner with haemophilia 
experiences mental health challenges, 
it can be hard to know what to do. 
It can help to be prepared, together.

Joint health: supporting your partner with haemophilia

As the partner of someone living 
with haemophilia, learn more about 
how bleeds can affect their joints.

Joint health supporting your partner with haemophilia
You, your friends and haemophilia

You, your friends and haemophilia

This simple, fun video helps children 
with haemophilia understand how they 
can explain their condition to others.

Supporting your child with haemophilia at school

This guide is for parents of children living with haemophilia. It discusses ways in which parents can prepare people involved in their child’s life at school, such as extra caregivers and school staff.

Guide for parents
Play and physical activity for children with haemophilia

Play and physical activity for children with haemophilia

Children with haemophilia need play and 
exercise too. This guide explains the benefit 
of physical activity for children with 
haemophilia and the role that parents can play.

Supporting children with haemophilia in the classroom: 
a guide for teachers

If you’re a teacher, here’s how you 
can prepare for, and support, children 
with haemophilia in your classroom.

Supporting children with haemophilia in the classroom
Hugo with an H

‘Hugo with an H’ 
haemophilia picture story

Hugo with an H is a picture story 
for children about the feelings, fears 
and dreams of a boy with haemophilia.

Supporting loved ones with haemophilia

If your loved one has haemophilia, it can be hard to know how best to help them. Here's our guide to understanding the condition, and offering your child, partner or friend the best support.

‘Your voice, their care’

Download our guide on how you can 
support your partner when talking 
with their healthcare team about 
treatment goals.

Your voice, their care
Mental health supporting your partner with haemophilia

Mental health: supporting your partner with haemophilia

When your partner with haemophilia 
experiences mental health challenges, 
it can be hard to know what to do. 
It can help to be prepared, together.

Joint health: supporting your partner with haemophilia

As the partner of someone living 
with haemophilia, learn more about 
how bleeds can affect their joints.

Joint health supporting your partner with haemophilia
You, your friends and haemophilia

You, your friends and haemophilia

This simple, fun video helps children 
with haemophilia understand how they 
can explain their condition to others.

Supporting your child with haemophilia at school

This guide is for parents of children living with haemophilia. It discusses ways in which parents can prepare people involved in their child’s life at school, such as extra caregivers and school staff.

Guide for parents
Play and physical activity for children with haemophilia

Play and physical activity for children with haemophilia

Children with haemophilia need play and 
exercise too. This guide explains the benefit 
of physical activity for children with 
haemophilia and the role that parents can play.

Supporting children with haemophilia in the classroom: 
a guide for teachers

If you’re a teacher, here’s how you 
can prepare for, and support, children 
with haemophilia in your classroom.

Supporting children with haemophilia in the classroom
Hugo with an H

‘Hugo with an H’ 
haemophilia picture story

Hugo with an H is a picture story 
for children about the feelings, fears 
and dreams of a boy with haemophilia.