WHAT: The 6th Annual Caregivers Education Conference offers help with the critical role the caregiver plays in the life of a loved one. The conference is designed to provide important information to persons impacted by dementia and to their family care partners. Experts from the health and research fields will inform and provide caregivers with Help, Hope and Healing to better manage their caregiving responsibilities.
The conference is designed to benefit family caregivers, concerned friends, health care professionals, counselors, social workers, facility administrators, psychologists, and the faith community.
Continuing education hours (4.5 hours) will be available for social workers, adult care home and nursing home administrators. No partial credit will be given.
WHEN AND WHERE: Saturday, November 1, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., on campus at the N.C. A&T Alumni Foundation Event Center (click for map), 200 North Benbow Road.
Free parking and lunch will be provided.
The conference is organized by the N.C. A&T Center for Outreach in Alzheimer’s, Aging and Community Health in partnership with the African American Alzheimer’s Disease Research Study and the Western Carolina Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
REGISTRATION: Click here for online registration or call 336 285-2200. Admission is free for guests registered in advance and $10 for those registering on the day of the event. The registration deadline is Friday, October 24.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Felicia Russell, 336 285-2200 or click for email.