The camp is a regular annual activity for children with haemophilia under the age of 18. The main objective of the camp is to teach the children to give themselves their injections but also to create a social network among them. Usually about 25 children participate in the camp.
The Society arranges an annually seminar for parents and their children. The seminar includes speeches on current issues, debate and exchange of experiences between the participants.
Group of young members in the Danish Haemophilia Society arrange various activities, like going to a concert. Normally, the group arrange one or two activities per year but the frequency varies.
Once a year the elderly members from the Society and their wives/husbands have a chance to meet at special seminars. The group of elderly members are called 50+ and the activities for this group are called 50+ seminars. The seminars offer a good opportunity for exchanging experiences from a long life with haemophilia and talking about current challenges.
Woman with bleeding disorders and carriers are often neglected groups in the haemophilia world. Therefore the Danish Haemophilia Society offers these women a chance to meet and exchange experiences every other year.
The hiv-days are held once or twice per year. Participants are hiv-infected members and their families. The agenda usually holds the latest developments in medical treatment and psycho social themes.
Conference and general assembly
The general assembly is held in connection with a yearly member conference over a weekend. The conference includes plenary sessions and workshops about different issues related to haemophilia.