AGE of Central Texas provides education and support to people all along the spectrum of growing older. AGE serves older adults and caregivers through its primary interrelated programs: adult day health care, caregiver education and resources, early memory loss support, health equipment lending, and peer-based computer classes for seniors.
Alzheimer's Association Capital of Texas Chapter provides family support, public awareness, and community education and also supports research for the prevention, cure, and treatment of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.
Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area provides quality services to support and advocate for the health, safety, and well-being of the older individuals.
The Care Communities creates volunteer families for people with cancer or HIV/AIDS; provides practical, non-medical help with transportation, household tasks, errands and companionship; and helps to ensure basic needs are met.
Coming of Age is dedicated to assisting individuals 50+ to explore their interests and strengthen communities through civic engagement. Coming of Age also offers training opportunities for nonprofits to attract and retain skilled older adult volunteers.
Drive a Senior offers services to help older adults in maintaining their independence. Services include transportation, minor home repairs/maintenance, and friendly visiting in the home or by phone.
Family Eldercare provides services designed to prolong independent living and prevent abuse, neglect, self-neglect and exploitation. Primary programs include In-Home Care & Caregiver Services, Money Management, Geriatric Consultation, Therapeutic Counseling, Service Coordination, and Guardianship.
H.A.N.D. is a nonprofit organization committed to enhancing dignity and independence for the elderly and people with disabilities by providing compassionate, quality in-home personal attendant care on a sliding scale rate. They additionally provide social services, transportation, and volunteer support for their clients.
Meals on Wheels and More delivers lunchtime meals each weekday to homebound people who can no longer prepare meals for themselves and assists clients with other services that promote independent living, including case management for existing clients, grocery shopping assistance, home repair and safety modifications, delivery of monthly extra food items and providing pet care provisions.
St. David's Foundation invests in a healthy community through funding, hard work, and initiatives to better care for the underserved and uninsured.
SAIVA provides volunteering opportunities to promote well-being, education, and friendship to seniors with South Asian cultural interests.