Paralyzed Veterans of America Education FoundationDeadline: December 2, 2019
From coordinating workshops for health professionals to producing educational materials to sponsoring fellowships in spinal cord medicine, the Paralyzed Veterans of America Education Foundation (PVA) helps develop tools that share spinal cord injury and disease (SCI/D) knowledge and improve the lives of those with SCI/D. The Education Foundation provides funding in six project categories:
- Consumer and community education to improve the health, independence, and quality of life for individuals with SCI/D
- Professional development and education to improve the knowledge and competencies of health professionals who serve the SCI/D community, including fellowship and traineeship programs
- Research utilization and dissemination, which translates findings into practice
- Assistive technology, including the development of teaching tools or pilot programs that demonstrate innovative approaches for the use of assistive devices
- Conferences and symposia that provide education and collaboration opportunities for members of the SCI/D community
- Consumer Guides to develop companion consumer information guides
Amount: The maximum PVA Education Foundation project grant is $50,000 per year. The maximum conference or symposium grant is $15,000 per year. The minimum PVA Education Foundation project, conference, or symposium grant is $10,000.
Eligibility: Members of academic institutions, health care providers and organizations, or consumer advocates and organizations.