When a loved one is in the hospital, caregivers can end up feeling neglected, unheard, lonely, and afraid.
The Education Program encourages guests to share their experience with a medical crisis. At the same time, medical, nursing, physician assistant, and chaplain students increase their awareness of and inspire confidence to advocate for patients and their families. Students also gain valuable interprofessional skills.
“I will never walk into a patient’s room with the same eyes again. I will make a point of not only speaking politely to the family in the room, but will also ask how they are doing and if there is anything we can do for them.”
- Forsyth Technical Community College
- University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- Wake Forest Baptist Health
- Wake Forest School of Medicine
- Winston Salem State University
In the years the Education Program has been at the Family House it has been an overwhelmingly positive experience for all involved.
To learn more about the Education Program, contact the Manager of Educational Services, Erin Charles at email@example.com or 336-793-2822.
If you’d like to volunteer in the education program as a volunteer facilitator, contact Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.