The training will be held at the Williamson County EMS Training Center in Georgetown from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. (Courtesy AGE of Central Texas)
Nonprofit AGE of Central Texas will host a free training conference for family members caring for seniors Feb. 5, according to a news release.
The training event, which will take place at the Williamson County EMS Training Center in Georgetown, is designed to help first-time unpaid family senior caregivers manage their new role, according to the release. The conference, a joint effort between AGE of Central Texas and the Williamson County EMS Community Health Paramedic program, is particularly reaching out to those living in rural areas of Central Texas.
The training will be held from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and will teach family caregivers how to provide home-based health care, what to do during an emergency, how to care for seniors with dementia, how to find and use resources in the area, and more. Registration for the conference is free, but there is limited space, according to the release. Individuals can register by calling 512-600-9275 or going online here.
Trent joined Community Impact Newspaper as an intern in May 2021 after graduating with a degree in journalism from the University of Texas, Austin in December 2020. In July 2021, he was promoted to Austin Metro reporter. He covers several news beats from education and government to dining, transportation, nonprofits, and healthcare. However, his primary beat is business and development. Before working at CI, Trent wrote for The Daily Texan, UT's daily student newspaper, and worked on many projects of his own for his undergraduate program. In his free time Trent writes poetry, spends time with loved ones, and watches Star Wars for the hundredth time, including other new movies.
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