Join the Bleeding Disorders Foundation of North Carolina at Monster Mini Golf for a fun event for all teens in the North Carolina bleeding disorders community. Compete for the lowest score on the unique, glow-in-the-dark indoor mini golf course!
In addition to mini-golf, teens will participate in an interactive program, led by Gillian Schultz, BDFNC Director of Programs, that takes your medical care to the next level of independence. Whether it is tracking and ordering factor or other bleeding disorder treatment, keeping track of other types of medication, or knowing who to call with medical questions, this program will provide helpful resources and real skills needed for independence.
Lunch will be provided.
This program is open to any teen (13-18) diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, who has a sibling with a bleeding disorder, or who has a parent with a bleeding disorder. Plus, bring a friend! All teens must register to attend by Tuesday, November 15.