Register for the 2017 Caregiver Lecture Series on April 1st, 15th, & 29th

Register below for the 2017 "Caregiver Lecture Series" seminars -- presented by AGE of Central Texas on April 1st, 15th, and 29th at The AGE Building (3710 Cedar Street, Austin, TX 78705). The free seminar series will cover legal, financial, and healthcare issues that caregivers often encounter when caring for an older loved ones.

This year's lecture series will include:
- April 1st: "5 Documents Every Caregiver Should Have” with attorney and senior adult legal expert Mark Tarrant
- April 15th: "Long-Term Care Financing and Issues” with elder law attorney and senior caregiving expert Virginia Sampson
- April 29th: "Understanding Veterans Benefits and Aid & Attendant Services” with long-term care experts Vee Cee Spears and Tami Martin

You can sign up for one or more seminars in the series, or register for all three presentations. Each seminar is free, but advance registration is required, so we can be prepared with enough materials for all attendees.

You must indicate if you want to RSVP for the free elder care respite in this form (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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    In order to help AGE of Central Texas to continue bringing you our caregiver seminars, workshops, and conferences at no cost to participants, please take a moment to answer these voluntary demographic questions. You are not required to answer these questions in order to register for this event. but your responses will help us to acquire funding to support our caregiver education programs. You answers will remain anonymous, and the information will be combined with all the other registrants' information and only used for reporting of our community services on upcoming grant applications.
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