Caregiver Trainings

 

Caregiving Skills Toolbox:
Successful Caregiving of Veterans, Adults and Children with Paralysis

 

TBI Warrior Foundation brings together the science of caregiving and health care delivery to provide education and skills training to family caregivers of individuals with paralysis.

The “Caregiving Skills Toolbox: Successful Caregiving of Veterans, Adults and Children with Paralysis” program is a hands-on training course designed for family caregivers assisting veterans, adults and children with paralysis in the San Antonio, TX area and surrounding rural communities.

This 3-hour course was designed to better serve the caregiver community, by providing didactic and hands-on training that will facilitate the assistance of activities of daily living (i.e. transference, bathing among others).

This program is offered to family caregivers at no cost, thanks to the support from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, Quality of Life grant.

 

Who:               Family caregivers assisting loved ones with paralysis.

Day: Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Time: 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.

Location: 5101 Medical Dr., San Antonio, TX 78229

Cost:               Free

If you are a healthcare facility serving individuals with paralysis and would like to bring this course to your facility, please contact us at info@tbiwarrior.org.


Filling Your Cup: Feeling Worthy of Self-care

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Filling Your Cup is an experiential workshop designed to introduce the concepts of soul care and wellness recognizing you can’t pour from an empty cup. The program is designed to meet the spiritual needs of people desiring support and growth through life’s trials and transitions. Participants are given the opportunity to shake off the outside and bring quiet to the self.

This event welcomes all family caregivers!

Who:               Family caregivers

Day: Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Time: 6:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.

Location: 5101 Medical Dr., San Antonio, TX 78229

Cost:               Free

This workshop is possible thanks to a grant from the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation of the San Antonio Area Foundation