Bleeding Disorders Foundation of North Carolina (BDFNC) has a program for Spanish-speaking community members called the Unión Latina, where all information and educational opportunities about bleeding disorders are provided in Spanish. We encourage all Spanish-speaking community members to join.
Unión Latina activities include several one-day events with an educational session about bleeding disorders presented in Spanish followed by a social activity, a weekend retreat, a quarterly Zoom Community Conversations meetup, and other educational events that are interpreted into Spanish. BDFNC also provides a Latino Supplement in the quarterly newsletter, The Concentrate.
BDFNC is also working to get more materials translated into Spanish.
Please know that your confidentiality is important to us. Anything that is shared with BDFNC remains confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside of the organization.
Contact Gillian Schultz, Director of Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-319-0014 for more information about the Unión Latina Program.