Rap Session: Sangre Latina
The Sangre Latina rap session is open anyone in the bleeding disorder community who speaks Spanish. This session will include a discussion of the impact of living with/caring for someone with a bleeding disorder. This space is for the voices of the Spanish speaking community to be heard. Come to share and learn from your community.
Sabrina Farina LMSW
Sabrina Farina LMSW is a Social Worker with 20 years’ experience working with health care multidisciplinary teams. Currently, Sabrina is a Senior Social Worker at Gulf States Hemophilia and Thrombophilia Center, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in Houston Texas. She services patients throughout their life span diagnosed with bleeding disorders. Sabrina has received the University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work, Outstanding Field Instructor of the Year Award. She has formerly served as Co-Chair for the National Hemophilia Foundation, (NHF), Ethics Working Group and has also been a Social Work representative on the NHF, Social Work Working Group. Sabrina is the recipient of the National Hemophilia Foundation, Social Work Excellence Fellowship Award for 2018 and the 2019 recipient of the National Hemophilia Foundation, Award of Excellence, Social Worker of the Year.