Westminster has set a 2024 fundraising goal of $60,000 for Alzheimer's Texas!
Westminster celebrates Alzheimer's Texas

Westminster has set a 2024 fundraising goal of $60,000 for Alzheimer's Texas.

Your participation and support are essential, and the best part is 100% of the funds raised stay local! Sign-up to fundraise today! Once you complete the sign-up form, you will receive an email with the link to your personalized fundriasing page. If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected] or call (512) 241-0420.

"Thanks to your unwavering dedication and the generosity of our community, our 2023 Westminster fundraiser has been a monumental success. Together, we've not only reached but exceeded our goal, raising a remarkable $238,351.29 in 2023!"

Let's continue to make an impact in 2024! Register or donate here.

Caregiver Conversations
Caregiver Conversations

Clinical social worker, Joan Asseff, LCSW-S, will facilitate each Caregiver Conversations meeting, including relevant discussion questions to help attendees share experiences, barriers, strategies, and much more. Please register below for these supportive, solution-focused conversations about caring for their loved ones living with dementia. Registration space is limited, so register for Thursday, June 27th at 1:30pm here.

All About ALZ series

All About ALZ with Joan Asseff, LCSW-S

Join us for monthly informational meetings led by Joan Asseff, LCSW-S.

View the full "All About ALZ" presentation series on our YouTube channel. Or, explore individual topics from recent meetings below:

  • Effectively Coping with Alzheimer's Mood and Behavioral Symptoms: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Living with Pandemic Stress: Tools for Dementia Caregivers: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Transitioning Out of Community-Based Respite Care: When and How: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Navigating a Short-Term Stay in a Skilled Nursing Facility: Key Strategies for Caregivers: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Cultivating Joy and Resilience During the Holidays: Tips for Caregivers: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Advance Care Planning 101: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Coping with Anticipatory Grief: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Selecting the Right Level of Care: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Utilizing Home Health Services: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Deciding When It's Time for Hospice or Palliative Care: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Using Validation and Reminiscence to Support People Living with Dementia: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Practicing Mindfulness - Strategies for Dementia Caregivers: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Talking to Family Members and Friends About a Dementia Diagnosis: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Benefits of Horticultural Therapy for People Living with Dementia: Video and Slides (PDF)
  • Benefits of Exercise for People Living with Dementia: Video and Slides (PDF)

If you have questions or would like to be informed about upcoming meeting dates, please contact [email protected].

100% privately funded. We're thankful for our community partners!

Lead Program Sponsor:

St. David's Foundation
Moody 2
AFA 2
Alice Kleberg
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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.