Striking a Balance 2013: Free conference for family caregivers

Family caregivers are invited to attend the 11thAnnual “Striking A Balance” Caregivers Conference to be held on Saturday, November 3rd.

Striking A Balance

Free Caregiver Conference

Norris Conference Center

2525 West Anderson Lane, Austin (Northcross Mall)

Red Oak Ballroom

November 3rd, 9am-2pm

Register now!

During this free conference, participants will discover local caregiver resources, acquire skills to better manage their caregiving situation, and connect with other caregivers and local experts on aging. The day also includes workshops on topics related to caregiving with experts available for questions. Check-in begins at 8:30am, and the event runs from 9am until 2pm.  A light lunch will be served.

Seating is limited, so register as soon as possible. Spots will fill up quickly.  To register for this free conference, click here. Please note that this event is limited to family (unpaid, informal) caregivers. Have questions or need assistance?  Call 512-916-6182 or 1-888-622-9111 ext 6182.

AGE of Central Texas Adult Day Health Center of Austin will provide a limited amount of free offsite respite care the day of the conference. Respite care will be provided at the AGE building at 3710 Cedar Street in Austin. If interested in respite services on that day, you must RSVP for respite separate from your registration for the conference. Advance reservations for respite are required, please call (512) 458-6305.

Please see this flyer for information on the conference, and feel free to share it with other family caregivers you know.

We hope to see you there!


Bruce Kravitz
Director of Caregiver Education

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