March 30 - April 2, 2021
Virtually from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
AGE of Central Texas will bring back the new caregiver support conference “Caregiver Training Camp” on March 30th through April 2nd. Designed to help first-time, unpaid family members effectively care for an older adult, the free conference will include virtual sessions each day at 1:00 pm. to 2:30 p.m.
The conference is a joint effort between regional non-profit organization AGE of Central Texas and the Williamson County EMS Community Health Paramedic program, who have partnered to help reduce repeat calls and prevents falls with older adults in the rural areas of Williamson County. The new conference will assist first-time caregivers – and in particular, those living in rural areas of Central Texas – to better manage the dynamics of their new caregiving role has been an outgrown of the partnership.
Registration will open soon – for more information,
please call Natalie Alcorta at (512) 600-9275.
- Tuesday, March 30th: “I’m a Caregiver, Now What?!” with Lori Hill, CaregiverU Program Associate
- Wednesday, March 31st: “Tackling Medical Issues” with Lina Supnet-Zapata, Executive Director/Managing Partner for MIR Care Consultants, Inc
- Thursday, April 1st: “Preventing Falls and Caregiver Safety” with Dr. Amy Walters, Assistant Professor and Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the St. Augustine University
- Friday, April 2nd: “The Caregiver Playbook” with AGE of Central Texas caregiving experts