Volunteer Spotlight: Ronna Keagle

Ronna Keagle volunteers with Coming of Age as a “A Matter of Balance” master trainer. As a retired physical therapist, who has worked with older adults, she understands the importance of encouraging and promoting an active lifestyle to help with falls prevention. She finds teaching and her past work experience to be a perfect match for […]

Volunteer Leader Trainers Needed

Volunteer Leader Trainers are needed for a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. This self-management program is evidence-based and uses transformative techniques to dramatically improve health outcomes for older adults.

As a Volunteer Leader you will:

Complete a four day training to become certified in a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program.Attend an additional day of training for the Building Better […]

Welcome to Our New Training and Education Coordinator, Jessica Martone

Jessica A. Martone joins us from her previous position with the Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area/CAPCOG where she held the positions of Health, Prevention and Wellness Coordinator, and previous to that the Aging Program Specialist.  In these roles, Ms. Martone was involved in planning, developing, and implementing evidence-based disease prevention and health […]

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. 

21- Cultural Awareness April
18 – Creating a Diverse Board and Staff