Little Miss Hannah Foundation
Empowerment. Education. Support. The LMHF’s mission is to work with families who have young children with life-limiting rare diseases, undiagnosed complex medical needs, and children who have been placed in hospice or palliative care. The foundation gives parents the necessary tools to empower them to meet their child’s unique medical and lifestyle needs, as well as provide support resources and special attention for their other children. LMFH will host workshops on medical record management, media awareness opportunities, using social media to reach out for support, and finding the right information about your child’s condition. We work to provide support groups for all members of the family by providing fun, family-focused and sibling-focused events and activities. One of the most heart-breaking side effects of dealing a sick child’s critical needs, is that time, attention, energy and funds are often taken away from the sick child’s siblings. One of LMHF’s primary goals is to meet these siblings’ needs through support services, group activities and the providing a little extra attention that every child needs during their family’s difficult walk. By working hands-on with families that are faced with losing their child due to a medical condition, the Little Miss Hannah Foundation will strive to empower, educate and support families during the most emotionally-charged times of their lives.
10624 S. Eastern Avenue, Suite A-847
Henderson, NV 89052
Henderson, NV 89052
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