AGE-u-cate Training Institute Collaborates with Elderwerks Educational Services in opening Chicago Training Center

  • Elderwerks logo on the left, Age-u-cate logo on the rightN/A

    Elderwerks logo on the left, Age-u-cate logo on the rightN/A

Mary Petersen
Updated 2/18/2020 7:33 AM

Bedford, TX and Palatine, IL -- AGE-u-cate Training Institute ( is pleased to announce a collaboration with Elderwerks Educational Services ( in opening a Chicago training center.

"We are excited to be working with Elderwerks, as we have a shared mission to improve the lives of older adults and those who care for them," said Pam Brandon, AGE-u-cate's President and Founder, "in addition, we are happy to have another centrally located training venue, in addition to Dallas/Fort Worth, that is easily accessible from all areas of the country."


Elderwerks Educational Services is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide older adults, seniors, and families information, referrals and guidance for senior living, home care and support services to help make appropriate decisions. This includes education and training for professionals and family members. "Our team is thrilled to be working with AGE-u-cate, as we see education and training as essential to meeting the growing needs of professionals and families in caring well for older adults," commented Jennifer Prell, Elderwerks President and Founder.

About AGE-u-cate Training Institute

AGE-u-cate Training Institute develops and delivers innovative, research-based aging and dementia training programs for professional and family caregivers. Training is delivered across the United States and internationally in long term care communities, hospitals, in-home, hospice, and community-based organizations as well as universities.

AGE-u-cate contact: Mary Petersen, Manager of Client Engagement;

817.857.1157 x 204

Elderwerks Educational Services

251 E. Northwest Highway

Palatine, IL 60067


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