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HNC HOPE Educational Dinner
Be Ready for School: Setting Educational Expectations
Join Hemophilia of North Carolina (HNC) and Sanofi Genzyme for dinner and an educational presentation, Setting Educational Expectations, presented by Tanya Stephenson, CoRe Manager. Learn how being proactive with your child’s school will positively impact your child’s educational experiences. Find out the difference between 504 plans*, IEPs*, and IHPs*, and which is best for your child. Finally, learn how both you and your child can be advocates for success in school. This presentation is part of HNC’s HOPE Program, for families with children with a bleeding disorder.
Tanya Stephenson is the Community Relationship and Advocacy Manager (CoRe) for Sanofi Genzyme. She has been in the healthcare industry since 2004. Additionally, Tanya has two boys, one of whom has hemophilia A. Tanya is passionate about supporting the community she loves and calls this community her home.
HNC’s HOPE Program provides emotional and educational support, and resources, for families with children twelve and under with a bleeding disorder. Registration priority will be given to HNC members who have a child in this age range with a bleeding disorder.
If you have any questions, contact the HNC office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-990-5557.
*504 plans provide accommodations for children with disabilities. Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) define the individualized objectives of a child who has been determined to have a disability or requires specialized support. Individualized Health Plans (IHPs) can be part of an IEP and consider the child’s needs for school health services and school nurse services. All plans are tailored to the individual child's needs.
This event is being offered free to all HNC members and their immediate families. Priority will be given to HNC members who are not affiliated with a specialty pharmacy, home care, or pharmaceutical company that caters to the bleeding disorders community. If your group includes more than four persons, please contact the HNC office before registering.
optional: After the educational presentation is complete, attendees will have an opportunity to speak with Sanofi Genzyme representatives about products and services they offer to the community.
PLEASE NOTE: Information about this company's products and services is being provided as a public service only. As a non-profit advocate for the bleeding disorders community, Hemophilia of North Carolina does not endorse any treatment products, manufacturers, home care services, or individual medical providers.
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