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Alzheimer's Texas is here to help you! Whether you are a caregiver, person with dementia, professional, or member of the general public, our trained staff can answer your questions about:
- Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders
- Getting a diagnosis and working with your physician
- How to plan for the future
- Support and education programs in your community
- Local service providers including doctors, facilities, in-home care providers, attorneys, and much more
- Caregiving including behavior management, assisting with activities of daily living, safety, and more
- Early Stage support and services
We are here to listen and provide guidance. Call us anytime at (800) 367- 2132!
Send us a message at [email protected] with your question or concern and we will respond promptly with the information you need.
Caregiver support groups can be a vital lifeline for caregivers of persons with dementia. Support groups help attendees understand they are not alone, share their feelings about what they are facing, and a great way to learn from each other. Our groups are volunteer-run and meet at a variety of times and locations.
Early Stage support groups are offered throughout the year and are accessible by phone. Led by a Certified Consultant, this 6-week service provides valuable information and an opportunity to share for people in the early stage of Alzheimer's and related disorders.
Alzheimer's Texas* has worked for over a decade to assist in the development of community-based respite programs. Providing 3 - 4 hours of free care every week, these programs are volunteer run and provide meaningful engagement for a person with early to middle stage Alzheimer's or related disease. Caregivers are given the gift of time to take care of items related to their personal health and well-being. Many of these programs us our model and receive on-going training and support from our staff.
In addition to community respite development, Alzheimer’s Texas* has Early Stage social engagement programs called Talking Baseball. Led by a group of dedicated volunteers, this program features 6 meetings where persons in the Early Stage and their caregivers reconnect with a lifetime of memories through conversations about a shared passion: baseball. Fun activities and themed food make these meetings a ton of fun! The next session is starting Spring 2020. Learn more here.