National Hispanic Heritage Month

Posted by Reeve Staff in Daily Dose on September 15, 2022 # Community Education

Today is the start of the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the annual observance from September 15 to October 15, recognizing the contributions and influence of Hispanic and Latin American people to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States.

The Reeve Foundation has developed many resources in Spanish, like a dedicated Spanish website, blogs written by Spanish speakers, aSpanish language Paralysis Resource Guide, a dedicated Spanish-speakingInformation Specialist, and so much more. Follow us all month long as we bring you new blogs, social media, educational content, and spotlights featuring Latino community members with paralysis who share their lives and families with us.

We hope you will spend the month learning more about the Latino community and their contributions to U.S. history from the exposure many corporate and media companies have given to the culture during this month.

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