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  1. Are you missing work because of CHD? ¿Falta al trabajo debido a la CHD?

    Do you have questions about taking time away from work for a CHD procedure or recovery? Are you wondering if you are eligible for disability support? Do you need to be away from work to care for someone with CHD? Read on for more information regarding the Family Leave Medical Act and Social Security Disability.

    ¿Tiene preguntas acerca de tomarse un tiempo fuera del trabajo para un procedimiento de cardiopatía coronaria o recuperación? ¿Se pregunta si es elegible para recibir apoyo por discapacidad? ¿Necesita estar fuera del trabajo para cuidar a alguien con cardiopatía coronaria? Siga leyendo para obtener más información sobre la Ley de Licencia Médica Familiar y la Discapacidad del Seguro Social.

  2. CHD Surgery Outcomes and Transparency in Pediatric Cardiology: A Podcast

    David Kasnic joins Dr. Alison Brent for an episode of Charting Pediatrics, a professional resource of Children’s Hospital of Colorado.

  3. Summit Series: Background & History

    Our Summit Series builds on seven years of collaboration between patients, families, care providers, policymakers, healthcare administrators, and new media, with the ultimate goal of improving quality and outcomes for all those living with congenital heart disease.

  4. Key Tenets of Transparency

    Working together to improve transparency, congenital heart programs, patients and families can improve outcomes and save lives. Congenital heart disease data may be complicated, but sharing information need not be so.

  5. Hospital Navigator: Advocacy, History & How To

    Hospital Navigator is Conquering CHD’s newest resource for patients and families, and launched on August 5th, 2020. Advocacy Hospital Navigator works for all patients and families when all centers participate. And we need YOU to make it happen! Advocating for your center to join Hospital Navigator is as easy as 1-2-3: 1) Check the status…

  6. Guía para el cuidado de adultos con afección cardíaca congénita

    La Afección cardíaca congénita (Congenital Heart Disease, CHD) es de por vida y los pacientes que nacen con CHD necesitan cuidados durante toda su vida basados en las indicaciones recomendadas. Sin embargo, alrededor del 50 % de los pacientes dejan de recibir cuidados después de los 13 años, y más del 60 % después de los 18….

  7. Transition Checklist – En Español

    Cuando era un niño con chd probablemente tuvo alguien que lo ayudó con todo tipo de cosas relacionadas con la salud de su corazón y su impacto en la vida. A medida que crece, es importante que aprenda a hacer estas cosas solo.Esta lista de verificación de transición de Conquering CHD puede ayudarlo a pensar…

  8. Health Disparities Q&A

    Conquering CHD held The Meeting on Health Disparities in Congenital Heart Disease on February 28, 2021. Due to time constraints not every question could be answered live. The expert panelists have provided answers below.

  9. Advocacy Conference 2021 Recap

    Conquering CHD held its annual Advocacy Conference from March 1-2, 2021. Check out the meeting summary, follow-up reminders for advocates, and video messages from CHD Champions on Capitol Hill.

  10. Meeting on Health Disparities in Congenital Heart Disease: Listen. Learn. Act.

    Conquering CHD hosted the Meeting on Health Disparities in Congenital Heart Disease, as part of their intentional efforts to advocate for all impacted by CHD.

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