We know how difficult it is to navigate heart failure during this challenging time. We hope you’ll join us as we continue to endeavor into important topics affecting the Heart Failure community in today’s world.
Webinar 1: Heart Transplants & Motherhood: Hope for Women Struggling with Heart Failure
WHEN: Thursday, Jan 20 @ 5:30 pm Eastern
ABOUT: Hear brave and awe-inspiring patient stories of women who overcame the challenges of Heart Failure and Heart Transplant yet persevered in their role as mothers.
- How Heart Failure and Heart Transplant have impacted their life as a mother.
- How each person has overcome the challenge through commitment, perseverance, and resiliency.
- See how patients have risen above their Heart Failure limitations to excel in motherhood
Webinar 2: Heart Failure & Heart Transplant in Minority Communities
WHEN: Thursday, Feb 17 @ 5:30 pm Eastern
ABOUT: The Heart Failure journey in the dynamic minority communities is an arduous one. Patients of color have a unique perspective and different set of challenges to overcome on their road to transplant.
- What are the available services?
- What are the available resources?
- What are the biggest challenges?
Webinar 3: Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM): What It Is & How It Impacts Multiple Generations
WHEN: Thursday, April 21 @ 5:30 pm Eastern
ABOUT: Hear from an internationally-renowned (and Boston-based) HCM physician who will discuss this “silent killer” as well as how HCM patients are affected. Topics that will be discussed:
- Impact on multiple generations in the same family
- Impact on siblings
- Prevalence, risks, outcomes
Webinar 4: The Heart Failure & Transplant Journey: The Caregiver Perspective
WHEN: Thursday, May 19 @ 5:30 pm Eastern
ABOUT: Hear the story of the strong caregivers who stood by the side of their loved ones as they traveled the road from health…to Heart Failure…to Heart Transplant…and beyond. This is Heart Failure from the primary caregiver point of view. An emotionally challenging discussion on how to support Heart Failure patients in their long and turbulent journey.
Would you like to join future webinars? Let us know your name and email address to get specifics as future events are solidified.
Support the HeartBrothers Foundation
The need to support heart transplant patients, heart failure patients, and VAD patients is so incredibly important. Proudly, we have never been in an oversubscribed position. Please don’t let us reach that point. We never want to be forced to say to a patient, “No. We can’t help you at this time.”
*Donations via check are also accepted. Please make payments payable to “HeartBrothers Foundation” and mail to The HeartBrothers Foundation, 225 Cedar Hill Street, Suite 200, Marlborough, MA 01752.
Thank you for your support.