Register for the March 2018 "Maintaining a Brain Healthy Lifestyle" Caregiver Seminar
Register below for the free 2018 caregiving seminar "Maintaining a Brain Healthy Lifestyle" on Wednesday, March 7th, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Georgetown Public Library (402 West 8th Street, Georgetown, TX 78626). Nancy Turco, Executive Director of Arden Courts Memory Care in Austin, will discuss ways to protect your brain against memory loss as you age.

Nancy is also the creator of two DVDs, “Exercise and Harmonize,” which feature chair exercises combining singing and exercise, that were featured in She serves as a volunteer for the Texas Alzheimer’s Organization, and an ambassador for the National Alzheimer’s Association, Capital of Texas Chapter. She holds a Certificate in Gerontology from the State of Texas, and has extensively studied the physical, social, and mental aspects of aging.

The seminar is free, but advance registration is required, so we can be prepared with enough materials for all attendees.

If you need help completing your registration, please call Becky McGinnis at 512-600-9275.

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We do not require you to individually register each additional person who is planning to attend with you, as we will use this number for the purposes of our headcount. However, if your friend or family member has a loved one they would like respite care for during the seminar, they must register separately to RSVP for respite.
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