Driving Safety for Older Adults and Their Caregivers

Saturday, March 7, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the AGE of Central Texas – Main Campus
(3710 Cedar Street, Austin, TX 78705)

AGE of Central Texas will host the free caregiver support seminar exploring “Driving Safety for Older Adults and their Caregivers” on Saturday, March 7, 2020.  Part of the on-going workshop series to help family members effectively care for an older adult, the free seminar will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the AGE of Central Texas main campus, located at 3710 Cedar Street in Austin.

Occupational Therapist and Driver Rehab Specialist Megan Frazier will discuss how caregivers can utilize proven techniques to determine an older adult’s fitness to drive, and how to have the difficult conversations about driving.  Megan owns Functional Stability and Mobility and is the Vice President of the Association of Driver Rehab Specialist Texas Chapter, Co-Chair for TOTA SIS for Driving and Community Mobility, serves on University of Mary Hardin Baylor Occupational Therapy Advisory Board, and has worked as an occupational therapist in Skilled Nursing Facilities and acute care facilities for the past 17 years. She specializes in helping clients with neurological and complex medical conditions addressing fitness to drive.

Registration for the conference is free, but space is limited.  Participants can register by calling (512) 600-9275, or online at http://www.TinyURL.com/AGEmarch2020.

If you need assistance registering for this event, please call the Caregiver Resource Center at (512) 600-9275