Zoom N' Learn: Coping with Alzheimer's

Shannon Johnson - Quaife, PhD will explain methods for gaining support, adapting to your role as your loved one’s illness progresses, managing common caregiving challenges, and practicing good self-care. Virtual classes are available for the following dates. Click below or email [email protected] to register. Zoom Meeting link will be sent to you the day before the class.

Previously Presented: Topics we have presented on in the past are listed below. A video recording can be emailed upon request. Please click link to receive more information.

Understanding Behaviors

Coping with ALZ

The following Lunch N' Learn will be evaluated in the next few weeks.

June 5 - Burnet, TX

June 19 - Salado, TX

July 17 - Schulenburg, TX

Portrait of modern senior man using smartphone in outdoor cafe, typing text messages

Weekly Telephone Support Group

Looking for guidance about Alzheimer's caregiving? Join Stephen Catoe for a weekly telephone support group beginning Tuesday, April 14th

Meetings on Tuesdays at 1 PM. Click on the date to register.

Conference Call Information will be sent to you the day before.

If you do not have an email or have any questions please call us at 512-241-0420 or [email protected].

ALZ TALK- Ask An Expert Series

ALZ TALK: Ask An Expert Series

Via Zoom Calls at 2-3pm, Wednesdays in May

Join us and be part of a Q/A as we ask experts in the senior community questions we all want the answers to. This is a great opportunity for caregivers to connect with their local providers and expand their education and knowledge on dementia-related topics.

Register for each Zoom call you wish to attend below:

June 3, 2020 - Compassion Fatigue, Visiting Angels Cristen Reven

June 10, 2020 - Medicaid& Elder Law, VeeCee Spear & Keith Leuty Barnett & Leuty PC

June 17, 2020 - VA Caregiver Program, Cory Glasgow, LCSW

June 24, 2020 - Strategies for Caregiver Health and Wellbeing, Dementia Caregivers and the Healthcare System, Thomas Birchfield, MS, LPC & Alan Stevens, Ph.D.

July 8th , 2020- Aphasia & Neurocognitive Disorders, Kristin Schaffer

July 15, 2020 - Developing a Blueprint to Age your way, Debbie Pearson

July 22, 2020 - Understanding Dementia, Kacye Vanderplas & Matt Stanley

July 29, 2020 - Music to Ease Challenges of Dementia, Meredith Hamons

Business Conference and Presentation. Audience at the conference hall.

Virtual Alzheimer's 101

This class is intended for anyone wanting to learn about Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. Disease information, diagnosis and treatment, risk and prevention and coping are some of the topics shared. It is a great class to take prior to attending a caregiver support group and provides a good base of disease knowledge.

Click below to register and a Zoom meeting link will be sent to you the day before the class.

Tuesday, June 9th at 4 PM

Tuesday, July 14th at 4 PM

At Home Activities and Resources

Do you find yourself or know of someone responsible for the care of a family member living with dementia during the uncertain times surrounding COVID-19? Head on over to our Facebook page where we are posting daily resources you can use today! Activities to do at home with your loved one Resources available locally Creative ways to get things done while practicing social distancing Retailers with senior hours to get much needed shopping done Education that can ease day-to-day interactions with your loved one Home exercises Caregiver tips for stress relief And more!

Walk With Us

We need your help to give ALZ the boot! Alzheimer's Texas Walks are the only Alzheimer's walk fundraisers where 100% of the funds you raise stays in Texas. Join us to raise awareness about Alzheimer's and related disorders, support families currently facing the disease, honor those we have lost.

Register for a Walk near you!

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.