Virtual Albany Days

 In Advocacy, Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month

Join the New York State Bleeding Disorders Coalition for Virtual Albany Days as advocates from all over New York State mobilize and advocate in support of several key bills. Individuals and families are encouraged to participate in this legislative day. This will take place from Sunday, March 21 to Tuesday, March 23.

During a pre-meeting Advocacy Skills & Knowledge (ASK) training, attendees become more comfortable with the issues and receive various training tools and resources enabling them to meet their legislators (or representatives) to express their views.

Participants have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with lawmakers and staff who shape statewide healthcare policy, and become more informed on critical issues that affect continued access to quality care and learn effective grassroots advocacy techniques. This productive and informative program offers a unique experience for members and families of the bleeding disorders community to work together for the good of the community.

You must live in New York State and either have a bleeding disorder, be a carrier, or be a family member of someone with a bleeding disorder in order to attend.

Regular registration closes on Friday, March 5, 2021. Late registration closes on Friday, March 12, 2021.

If you have any questions, please contact Lindsay Cox, the New York State Bleeding Disorders Coalition’s Coalition Manager, at [email protected].

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