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Who We Are

Alzheimer’s Texas* provides information, referrals, and a variety of support programs for those with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, and their family members, caregivers and professionals. Alzheimer's Texas* has proudly served Central Texas since 1982.  We are a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code, ID# 74-2286105.

Our programs include 24/7 Helpline, Consultations, Education, Training, Early Stage Support, Caregiver Support, and Community Respite Development.

Lunch N' Learns: Partners in Care

Hosted monthly across Central Texas. Join us to learn tips and techniques for communicating with a person with dementia!  Lunch provided.  Classes are free of charge.

View dates and locations!

Help us give ALZ the boot!

It's time to kick off the 2018 Walk Season! When you walk with Alzheimer's Texas, 100% of the funds raised stay in Central Texas to help local families. Join our mission and sign up today!

Register now!

Facing the Challenge Caregiver Education Series

October 9 - November 13 from 2-4pm

Need tips on how to care for someone with Alzheimer's or related dementia? Work with Stephen Catoe in a small group setting to explore caregiving techniques and issues in our four-part series. Located at the Jewish Community Center.

Call (512) 241-0420 to RSVP

Memory Screenings

1st and 3rd Fridays of each month.
Dr. Ron DeVere, Board Certified Neurologist, is offering semimonthly memory screenings for $25 at the Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Disorders Clinic from 10:30 am - 3:30 pm. Proceeds benefit Alzheimer's Texas.

Call (512) 241-0420 to make an appointment!

SRG Best Nonprofit 2017

We are beyond happy to have won Best Nonprofit of 2017! Thank you to everyone who voted for Alzheimer's Texas.

See all the 2017 winners here!

Monthly Contributor's Lone Star Club

Lone Star Club donors commit to a recurring monthly contribution to support the growth and impact of our important work. By setting up a monthly donation, your generosity directly helps people with Alzheimer's and related disorders, their families, and caregivers