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These handy tools can help you set goals, find insurance information and identify resources that may help cover costs.
Set your goals.
This simple worksheet helps you work with your healthcare provider to create realistic goals and a plan to reach them.Goals worksheet
Do the 5!
Check out these tips from the National Prevention Program, a collaboration between the NHF, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HTCs, and members of the bleeding conditions community.23
They may help you prevent or reduce the complications of hemophilia:
- Get a comprehensive checkup every year
- Get vaccinated (and keep your vaccinations up to date)
- Treat bleeds early and adequately
- Protect your joints by exercising regularly and maintaining a healthy weight
- Get tested regularly for blood-borne infections
Always talk with your doctor for advice and guidance on health matters.
Shire’s Hematology website is filled with helpful information, including articles, videos, tools, and links to resources ranging from community and educational programs to financial assistance options. Shire support programs are available to all patients, regardless of treatment.Learn more
Locate an HTC.
Hemophilia Treatment Centers, or HTCs, are specialized healthcare centers staffed by health professionals experienced in treating hemophilia. They're located coast to coast.Find an HTC
Understand your options.
Insurance is complicated. Luckily, Shire has launched a site that simplifies the info and offers tools that may help patients and caregivers like you find treatment coverage.Explore the site
Find a rep.
A local Shire rep is ready to meet with you one-on-one to offer encouragement, information, and a world of support on topics from taking FEIBA to obtaining information on medication costs.Find your rep
Want to find other types of support? Check out our Patient Stories section.