Caregivers 2018-10-15T08:44:11+00:00


Caregiving for a person with Alzheimer's and related disorders is both challenging and rewarding.  We are here to help you navigate your journey with support and education services.

Edith T. Royal Care Initiative - 2017



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Care Consultations

Speak with trained staff about any challenges you are facing by calling the Helpline. Call us anytime at (512) 241-0420 or toll-free at (800) 367- 2132 or contact us here.


We have a Lending Library available to you at no charge, as well as, a wide variety of topic sheets that can help you.

Resource Lists

We have a resource lists of different providers including assisted living, memory care, and nursing facilities, attorneys, in-home providers, caregiver resources, and much more.


Learning about how to provide good care while taking care of yourself is essential. Visit the Classes and Conferences pages to learn about upcoming events.

Caregiver Blog

Good tips and information are shared through our blog.  Visit our Caregiver Blog here to view the postings.

Support Groups

Attending a support group is a wonderful way to get help from others going through a similar situation.  Knowing you are not alone is essential.  Click below for the listing of groups in Central Texas.

Respite Programs

These community based respite programs offer 4 hours of free care once a week for persons in the early to mid-stage of Alzheimer’s and related disorders.  Be sure to take advantage of the impactful programs.

Helpful Links for Caregivers

    • Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia - Information about dementias and caregiving.
    • National Institute on Aging - Information about dementias and caregiving.
    • The Alzheimer’s Store - Your one-stop shop for everything you need for your loved one, including clocks that display the day of the week, activities, books, medication dispenser, and more.
    • Senior Advisor - is the nation's largest senior living review site.  Call (512) 7302557 or use the link below. Please note that contact information is required to access resources.
    • Austin Seniors Guide - Texas Seniors’ Guides is THE online and print resource for seniors, their families, and caregivers providing a wealth of information including local services, living communities, educational articles and upcoming events.