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Wellness Wednesdays: (Home) Schools Out for Summer!:

We want to connect and check in with you! Wellness Wednesdays is a social hour with HASDC and Adrian Carranza, Clinical Social Worker at UC San Diego Health Hemophilia & Thrombosis Treatment Center. Join us for an interactive conversation as we provide weekly wellness resources. Our Wellness Wednesdays are open to individuals with a bleeding disorder and their immediate family members.

Bleeding disorder participants and their immediate family (living in our service area) who register by June 16 and are logged in for the full program will receive any activity box for their family/children. 


Have your children been experience anxiety, depression or boredom? Kids have been home since March, it’s now summer break, join us to discuss ways to help them cope with anxiety and depression. We will also discuss ways to keep them active and engaged while being safe at home.

Adrian Carranza, MSW, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker, UC San Diego Health HTTC 

Guest Speakers 
Helen Giang, Psy.D., Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego
Christina Baker, Psy.D., Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

4:55 PM Connect to Zoom link (make sure everything is working)
5:00 PM Welcome & Conversation
6:00 PM Social Hour Concludes

Click Here for Program Flyer

From your home! Virtually attend from any smart phone, tablet, laptop or computer.

All of our virtual (online) programs are offered through Zoom. It is a free service with a downloadable app for your smart phone, tablet or you can go online. Some sessions will have video chat options – which we encourage because seeing familiar faces can help reduce isolation and increase your mental health. For sessions without video chat options, please use the chat feature to type in your questions.


Registration for this event is now closed.


How do I join the webinar?
After you have registered via the HASDC website, a join webinar link will be emailed to you from HASDC. Please use the “Click Here to Join” link in that email.

How do I access video from my smart phone or tablet?
Download the free Zoom App available for apple, google and android. If you have already downloaded Zoom, please make sure to download the most recent upgrade.

Is this a video conference? Can people see me?
Yes, your video camera will be turned on upon entry into the webinar. If you do not wish to show your face, you can turn your camera off. All participants will be placed on mute.

How do I submit questions during the program?
Please use Zoom’s chat feature to submit questions during the program. We will make sure to answer them during the Q&A. We ask that you only use this feature to submit questions and limit conversation.

I don’t have a strong enough internet connection at home or a device: There is a call-in option for the conference. Please let us know ahead of time if this is an issue for you and we will send you the presentation images and the call-in number.

What if I get disconnected or can’t login?
We will be actively troubleshooting throughout the web-conference. Text 619-325-9401 if you have any technical difficulties and we will try to help you get back into the web-conference. We encourage everyone to start logging in at 4:50 pm so that we have time to help you troubleshoot.

Who is eligible for the activity box?
Bleeding disorder participants and their immediate family (living in our service area*) who register by June 16 and are logged in for the full program will receive an activity box for their family/children.

If I get disconnected will I still be eligible for the activity box?
To be eligible for the activity box after a disconnection, you need to try to log back in and attempt to join by phone only. If you’ve exhausted all options, cannot log back in, and have completed 75% or less of the web-conference, you will be ineligible for the activity box.