Register for the FREE Caregiver Seminar on January 21, 2017
Please register below for the free "Meaningful Activities for Persons with Dementia" seminar with Nancy Turco, Executive Director of Arden Courts Memory Care in Austin, on Saturday, January 21, 2017, taking place from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the AGE Building (3710 Cedar Street, Austin, TX 78705).  The seminar will be held in the St. David's Foundation Conference Room.

Speaker Nancy Turco will explore activities that caregivers and care recipients can do together, with an emphasis on stimulating activities for persons with dementia.

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

You must also indicate below if you want to RSVP for the free elder care respite being offered during the seminar (walk-ins cannot be accepted that day).

If you need help completing your registration, please call Gailyn Trammell at 512-600-9275.
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We do not require you to individually register each friend, as we will use this number for the purposes of our headcount.
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If you plan to use respite, you must indicate this on or before January 18th. Walk-ins are not accepted on the day of the seminar. Respite is provided at the AGE Austin Adult Day Health Center, located at 3710 Cedar Street, Austin, TX 78705 (just down the hall from the St. David's Conference Room).
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