Gerontology Symposium 2019: Navigating End of Life Care and Transitions, March 25
The Gerontology Symposium is a conference designed to enable participants to gain knowledge pertaining to a key areas of caregiving for older adults: End of Life Care and Transitions. The symposium also seeks to strengthen the connections between family caregivers and professionals. This year, topics will include:
Keynote Presenter - Dr. Karen Wyatt, Author of
What Really Matters: 7 Lessons for Living from the Stories of the Dying
The Center on Aging at The University of Vermont is pleased to present this program whose goal is to provide current, research-based information on topics relevant to both family and professional caregivers who work with our rapidly growing population of older adults. For the second year, the conference will offer two different tracks:
Family Caregivers: $20 (discounted registration is intended for those caring for family members)
Continuing Education credit: add $20
Click for more information and to register...
4/9/2019 08:43:13 am
I visited this symposium with my friends. I was able to learn many new things about the caregiving of older adults. My parents are of old age now. So, it is my duty to take care them. I have learned how to take care of them more effectively.
Leave a Reply.