RSVP* and details for the November Caregiver Support Luncheon:
* If you are planning to be there, please RSVP by replying to
Kris Phelps <email@example.com>
Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time: 12:00 noon-1:30pm (Lunch sponsored by Belmont Village)
Location: Westlake Hills Presbyterian Church/upstairs in the Parlor (next to the main sanctuary)
Address: 7127 Bee Cave Road, Austin, TX 78746
Topic: I am very much looking forward to hearing our speakers Jess Ambiee and Lindsey Wineholt from the Cognitive Disorders Center of the Mulva Clinic for the Neurosciences at UT Health Austin. Jess is a social work counselor and Lindsey is a speech-language pathologist. You can read their brief biographies below. They will tell us about their roles within the clinic and how they provide support for both patients with dementia and their families. Lindsey and Jess will also be willing to address questions or topics that you may have. Possible topics include communication issues, care planning and quality of life issues. Please reply to this email if you are planning to join us for this informative lunch and discussion on November 14.
Jess Ambiee, LCSW, ACHP-SW
Jess is a social work counselor specializing in providing support to individuals living with cognitive disorders and their care partners. His professional focus has been in psychotherapy, grief and loss, advanced care planning, and end-of-life care. To provide tailored support, Jess uses a person-centered approach to understand the values and wishes of the individual and family.
Lindsey Wineholt, SLP-Clinical Fellow
Lindsey is a speech-language pathologist working with patients in the Cognitive Disorders Center of the Mulva Clinic for the Neurosciences at UT Health Austin. Her primary role is the assessment and treatment of patients with cognitive and linguistic impairments. Lindsey graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Art degree in Spanish. She then completed her Master of Art degree in Speech-Language Pathology with a Bilingual Certificate at the University of Texas at Austin. Since 2014, she has collaborated with many professionals in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals of all ages affected by stroke, various forms of dementia including Alzheimer’s and traumatic brain injury. She was the recipient of two faculty-awarded scholarships while at the University of Texas; in 2017 with the Hart Outcome Award and in 2016 with the Lear-Ashmore Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Promise award. Ms. Wineholt is fluent in written and spoken Spanish.
Hope to see you soon. Take care of yourself.