The UAMS Schmieding Caregiver Training Program offers a variety of programs to the community. In addition to Certified Nursing Assistant training, we offer free workshops for family caregivers providing unpaid care to older adults in the home and a variety of other free educational programs for seniors designed to promote healthy living.  Be sure to check out our program calendar in your area.

  • Angela Norman, D.N.P., Named Director of Centers on Aging at UAMS Donald W. Reynolds Institute on AgingSeptember 5, 2018

    Angela Norman, DNP

    LITTLE ROCK — Angela Norman, D.N.P., has been named the director of the Centers on Aging, a program of the Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). Norman succeeds Claudia Beverly, Ph.D., R.N., who retired last year. The Reynold Institute’s network of seven Centers on Aging seeks…

  • The Benefits of Being a Senior VolunteerJune 15, 2018

    seniors volunteering

    There are many benefits for seniors who serve the members of their community through volunteerism. Several research projects over the last few decades reveal that there is a significant link to decreased symptoms of depression and dementia in adults age 55 and over who volunteer their time. Maintaining cognitive health is an important concern of…

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