Our advice

"It is important to allow your child to run around and explore their environment to ensure they build up their muscles and coordination."

Lara Oyesiku, Nurse Manager


Childhood is a time of many changes; from potty training to starting school. If your child has been diagnosed with a bleeding disorder then there is even more to think about. However with the right knowledge, care and treatment your child can live a normal life like any other child.

Young child Young child
Young children love to discover their new environment; crawling, walking and climbing. This will also be a time of discovery for parents if your child has a bleeding disorder.
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Sport and exercise Sport and exercise
Staying active and being involved in sports in and out of school is key to maintaining a healthy, strong body and mind.
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School School
Starting school is a key milestone in any child’s life, and as the parent of a child with a bleeding disorder this can be a challenging time.
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Travel Travel
Taking a child with a bleeding disorder on holiday can seem a little scary, but we believe that it shouldn’t be a barrier. With careful planning and preparation, any child can experience the excitement of going on holiday – at home or abroad.
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