Grupo de apoyo de lesiones de la médula espinal para hispanohablantes

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Grupo de apoyo de lesiones de la médula espinal para hispanohablantes

El primer y tercer jueves de cada mes a las 4:30 pm EST
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Un grupo en donde los miembros nos reunimos para apoyarnos mutuamente compartiendo experiencias y celebrando nuestros logros individualmente así como con toda la comunidad con lastimaduras en la espina dorsal.

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Women's History Month

Angelina Vu

March is Women's History Month, a time to celebrate the contributions of women throughout history and recognize the challenges they have overcome to achieve equality. This month is a time to reflect on the intersectional experiences of women, including those with disabilities. Women with disabilities have been at the forefront of the fight for disability rights and have significantly contributed to society.

American Heart Health Month

Angelina Vu

February is American Health Heart month! This is the time for everyone to focus on their cardiovascular health. The risk factors for chronic disease are more prevalent in persons with disabilities thus increasing the risk for secondary conditions including cardiovascular disease. Let’s discuss options for maintaining a healthy heart while having a physical disability. 

Disability Partnerships: 2022 Year in Review

Tamara Gallman

The promise of a new year is here, and even though we are well into February - there is still time to share our 2022 year in review. It was an incredible year full of accomplishments. I’m so proud to say that Disability Partnerships accomplished so much in 2022 with our programs, events, and partnership opportunities. If you're unfamiliar with our organization, Disability Partnerships is staffed by volunteers who either have disabilities themselves or have knowledge of and experience with loved ones who have disabilities.

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