Texas Ramp Project helps provide freedom, mobility for San Antonio woman
SAN ANTONIO – Sylvia Cooper lives in a mobile home community in far Southeast San Antonio. Clients like Cooper have to be referred to the Texas Ramp Project by a third-party health care provider. Swarner is the Texas Ramp project coordinator for San Antonio. For more information on the Texas Ramp Project, click here. RELATED: City of San Antonio marks 30 years of Americans with Disabilities Act with reminder of services
What’s Up South Texas!: Woman rescues shelter dogs to train as service dogs for vets with PTSD
San Antonio – A South Texas woman has dedicated her life to helping veterans overcome Posttraumatic Stress Disorder by training shelter dogs to become service animals. Our job is to train a dog to alleviate those symptoms.”AdShe said they look for five things in a potential service dog. “The thing with shelter dogs is that they have a shelter way of being,” Jenkins said. “The main obstacle is the misinformation and education lacking for service dogs and service dog training,” Jenkins said. The main issue I would say is the service dog registries which are fake and not real nor is it associated with anything.