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Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan’s Camp Bold Eagle is turning 50 this year! Camp Bold Eagle is the longest running summer camp for kids and teens with bleeding disorders in the United States and to celebrate this incredible accomplishment and to relish in the joy of summer camp, Ask the Expert invited staff of the Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan to join us as they reminisce about the history of camp, the amazing leadership that is developed at camp and share the evolution of Camp Bold Eagle. Whether you are a parent struggling with sending your child to camp for the first time or a seasoned camper that can’t wait to see your friends next summer, join us for a conversation about the history of bleeding disorder camps and unique power camp has to foster independence in all of us.

Welcome to Episode 30 - or our Summer Camp Special! Episode - of the Ask The Expert Podcast!  

Disclaimer: The content contained within Ask The Expert is for informational purposes only. Please consult your healthcare provider before making any decisions about treatment or changes in physical activities.

Find a bleeding disorder camp in your area:

Hemophilia Federation of America Camp Directory

National Hemophilia Foundation Camp Directory

“The concept back then was to see what they could do rather than couldn’t do.“ -Sue Lerch

“Many chronic disease camps are designed to forget about disease, but hemophilia camp was designed to engage with the disorder to develop independence.” -Sue Lerch

“Camp is not about the place - it’s about the people.” - Tim Wicks


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