AGE of Central Texas Offering Free Caregiver Seminar on “Maintaining a Brain Healthy Lifestyle” in Georgetown on March 7th



AGE of Central Texas will host the free caregiver support seminar “Maintaining a Brain Healthy Lifestyle on Wednesday, March 7th, in Georgetown. Part of the on-going workshop series to help family members effectively care for an older loved one, the free seminar will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Georgetown Public Library, located at 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.  She is also the creator of two DVDs, “Exercise and Harmonize,” which feature chair exercises combining singing and exercise, that were featured in www.BestAlzheimersProducts.com.

Nancy 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.

Registration for the caregiver seminar is free, but space is limited.  Participants can register by calling (512) 600-9275, or online at www.TinyURL.com/AGEmarch2018.

For more information on the programs and resources provided by AGE of Central Texas, visit www.AGEofCentralTX.org or call (512) 451-4611.

AGE of Central Texas is a regional non-profit that tackles the challenges of aging with expert solutions.  AGE serves older adults and caregivers through five interrelated programs: adult day health centers, caregiver education and resources, early memory loss support, health equipment lending, and peer-based computer classes for seniors. AGE has been serving older adults and those who care for them since 1986. For more information, visit www.AGEofCentralTX.org or call (512) 451-4611.

Submitted By: AGE of Central Texas

Phone Number: (512) 451-4611 Austin & (512) 255-4865 Round Rock

Website: www.AGEofCentralTX.org