Rayasta Foundation commences second caregiver’s training course to full capacity

The RayAsta Foundation is set to commence a second phase of Stroke Care Givers training starting on April 8th, taking place at the Dominica State College. This 10-week program aims to equip practitioners currently catering to the requirements of the infirmed and elderly, with essential skills. Enthusiastic individuals, propelled by a collective zeal to improve patient outcomes and enhance lives, have eagerly embraced the opportunity to expand their understanding and proficiency in stroke care.

Cecilia St. Hilaire, the Executive Director of the RayAsta Foundation, expressed deep appreciation for the community’s overwhelming response, stating, “We are profoundly moved by the overwhelming response we have received from the community. The outpouring of support underscores the collective commitment towards creating a positive impact in the lives of stroke survivors and their families. It is truly heartening to witness such dedication and enthusiasm.”

With the Foundation gearing up for this transformative endeavor alongside a group of committed participants and esteemed instructors, the ethos of cooperation and empowerment resonates strongly. Together, they are poised to usher in a new era of empathetic caregiving, buoyed by the steadfast backing of the community.

Although registration has concluded, the Foundation remains resolute in its mission to provide unparalleled education and assistance to those in need. As they prepare to embark on this training program, heartfelt gratitude is extended to all who have embraced their vision and joined them in this noble pursuit.

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