Read the Generation S brochure

Taking charge of life with sickle cell disease starts with getting the knowledge to better understand the condition. Get the facts on sickle cell disease, learn about the science behind it, and discover helpful tips to stay healthy. This brochure is packed with important information you might not have known!


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Transition to Adult Care brochure

Moving from pediatric to adult care is an important transition for a person with sickle cell disease. Many people are involved, including the patient, parents or caregivers, and health care team members. This brochure is designed to help educate, empower, and engage young adults who are transitioning to adult care.


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Proud partners of Generation S

Generation S is proud to partner with organizations in the sickle cell disease community. The organizations listed below can help provide ongoing support for people living with sickle cell disease.

 

Sickle Cell Disease Association of America logo

The Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Inc. (SCDAA), advocates nationwide for greater awareness and care for those who are affected by sickle cell disease. The organization works at the community level and also stages numerous high-profile events, all to bring greater focus to the disease and those who live with it.

 

 

 

Sickle Cell 101 logo

Sickle Cell 101 (SC101) believes that knowledge is power and strives to widely spread information about sickle cell disease. Social media is one of their key tools for communicating with the sickle cell disease community about important topics such as genetic testing and research funding efforts.

 

 

 

Sickle Cells logo

Sick Cells is driven to humanize sickle cell disease by sharing the day-to-day realities of living with the condition. The resilient stories this organization shares give a strong voice to the sickle cell disease community, influencing policy makers, educators, employers, and health care professionals so that they bring about change.

 

 

 

Sickle Cell Community Consortium Logo

The Sickle Cell Community Consortium (SCCC) is an assembly of patients, caregivers, advocates, medical professionals, and researchers. They focus on collaborative solutions to define problems and gaps in the sickle cell disease community and form strategies that can lead to significant and sustainable change.

 

 

 

Bold Plus Logo

Bold Plus is a boisterous movement that brings increased attention to sickle cell disease. This organization stages impactful events in local communities that focus primarily on education and awareness. The group is as bold as the bright lipsticks their advocates wear.

 

 

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