At the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California, we believe that students with bleeding disorders should receive an education equal to their peers and be encouraged to maintain as normal a school life as possible. All our students are different. Some students with bleeding disorders may have no issues with school throughout their lifespan while others may need much more assistance, and varying degrees of accommodations and modifications. To this end, we believe communication with the school about your child’s condition and communicating in writing are two strategies that can work to create a successful academic career.
The foundation has created a manual just for you in case you are having difficulties communicating with the school. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions regarding school issues at 626-765-6656.