Volunteer Spotlight: We Love Our Volunteers Award Winners

Driven to Achieve Award –
DON SAEGERT

Don volunteers with Drive NC – has been with Coming of Age for over 6 years and reported more than 7,000 hours served during that time. Don’s averages the following each month: 1300 miles driven, 100 hours volunteered and 30 clients served.

Driven to Achieve Award –
BILL MILLER     […]

Fundamentals of Diversity Lunch & Learn

The Aging Services Council of
Central Texas is offering a series of Lunch & Learn sessions starting on
March 21, 2019 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. All sessions are free to Aging
Services Council member agencies. 

March
21- Cultural Awareness April
18 – Creating a Diverse Board and Staff
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Senior Home Safety Program

Elderly falls attribute to a
significant amount of both dispatches and transports to the Emergency Room when
compared to other traumatic call types and a large percentage of these falls
occur in the home. 

Austin-Travis County EMS has a
team of trained personnel who conduct FREE home safety assessments to identify
potential risks and hazards for slips, trips and falls in […]

Why Reporting Your Hours is Important

Reporting all of your volunteer activity to us on a regular basis is very important. Here are some reasons why:
Coming of Age is partially funded by an RSVP grant. One of our grant requirements is to demonstrate the impact our volunteers make in our community. If you don’t report all of your volunteer activity to […]

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